When you meet people, but it’s too late. </3 If you met me first, you would know the difference. sigh.
While being on duty at the hospital, there was this guy that visited his sick grandmother. I personally know his grandmother,and she was confined at our hospital. When he entered, I didn’t even look at him and gave him the visitor’s logbook where all visitors should sign. I thought it was a bit cold. We should all acknowledge the people we meet, whether we know him/her personally or not. And we often miss opportunities of friendship when we choose to turn our heads away from strangers who look at us and may want to connect with us. We missed chances like these for at least a thousand times already. So when he passed by the nurse’s station again, I looked at him. He was already looking at me too. We gave each other a smile. It’s the least I can do after ignoring him a while ago. It felt good, to give a smile to a stranger. And it felt strangely familiar. I don’t know why. To smile at someone for no reason and to receive a smile back is one of the little pleasures that life offers us. You were a moment in that person’s life, even for just a second. And wouldn’t it be nice for that person’s first memory of you was a smile? Give a smile to a stranger at least once in your life. :)
I bought 4 dresses this morning. Effects of too much stress and cash in my pocket. Yesterday,I had a frustrating interview for MedSchool. The Doctors that asked me questions we’re very disrespectful because I wasn’t finished talking when they kept on butting in and throwing me a lot of questions. Very, very annoying. That tried my patience, but I still kept my pretty smiling face all throughout the interview. Then I cried in my room because of all that frustration. I’m not very good at arguing with other people so I usually give them all of my patience and try to understand them. But It was too much. They were already being sarcastic as if everything I said was a joke. So after my night duty at the hospital, I decided to go shopping this morning with friends:) One day they’ll see me again so successful,and the ugly things they said won’t even matter. You wait.
When it comes to a bright and pretty face, blush makes all the difference. But it can also really ruin a perfectly good makeup day. Use these tips to apply blush the right way and avoid looking like a clown.