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Hi, welcome to my profile. I'm a Chinese lived in Indonesia with my parents, a 14-years old little bro, my lil' black dog, a Labrador and Beagle mix and a 2 yr old Pomerian. My daily languange with my family is Hokkian (do you know it?). Well, maybe my grammar is some kind of troublesome, but I train so hard. So, I chose this site to practice with. I appreciate if there are grammar-reviews on my fanfic, so I can repair my fault. But, use some mannerly manner words to review it. I'd be glad to thank you and accept it nicely.
It's been awhile...
Actually I'm a bit lazy to update this journal, but I think I must share this to everyone. Because I think what happened to me this afternoon was a life lesson for me.
This afternoon, I went to post office, I've some postcards and letters I must sent.
The one who served me was a middle aged woman; with a big smile, she welcomed me; she held a piece of tissue and pressed it against her nose. She already pressed her nose since the first customer, yet I'm the fifth customer.
At first I didn't know what she's really doing.
But I saw something red on the tissue, also on her nose.
She had nosebleed.
I gasped very loud.
She noticed it and put her index finger in front of her mouth. She pressed the tissue harder against her nose. Fortunately, her nosebleed stop. The blood that came out from her nose wasn't little, she needed three until four pieces of tissues to hold her nose and kept her best for no one didn't notice her blood flowed from her nose.
I thought that she'll be fainted anytime because of the amount of blood that came out from her nose, yet she kept her smile and do her best for the customers. The queue was long that afternoon. After I left she still greeted me with thank you and her cheerful smile. I hope she's OK.
So many service people that afternoon, yet this woman with nosebleed, was the most excellent. Her smile never vanished from her mouth and she always greeted customers who stop in front of her counter.