It was a typical morning when I set off for work. I was running late so I walk as fast as I could towards the train station. The moment I reached the station platform, I heard the familiar “tut tut” sound and the train door closed just as I was about to go in. -_-
The interval was around five to six minutes and I was fidgeting while waiting for the next train. Finally, I managed to board the next train, took a nap while travelling, and reached the train station near my workplace without fuss.
I thought all is going well but as I got off from the train, my phone dropped and a stranger helped me pick it up. After thanking the kind stranger, I went straight to the staircase because the escalator was crowded and the lift was too far from where I was.
As I climbed the stairs, the paper bag that I was holding slipped from my hand and some of the contents happily jumped off and went to different directions. It’s my lucky day indeed.
I was flustered and embarrassed but I pretended to be cool and plaster a smile on my face. Thankfully, two helpful individual assisted me in gathering my scattered stuff; to think that we were in the middle of the staircase and it was rush hour! Thank goodness, angels are everywhere.:)
When everything was in order, I silently prayed for a “normal” day. The chain of events in a short span time reminded me of the quote, “when it rains it pours”. And that made me anxious.
True enough, I got some “blasting” from my boss and still I did my best to calm my nerves and be optimistic. I went through the day with a smile as well as kept in mind that the sun shines after the rain and thunderstorm amidst the cloudy sky. And it did. Aja!