Posted: November 25, 2014 in Uncategorized
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The driver was talking on his mobile phone. He was laughing hard till he suddenly hit the breaks. Instead of apologizing for driving recklessly, he began spitting insults at me in screams. It actually hit me, the car. Perhaps, since I didn’t fall and didn’t look physically bruised, he assumed I was the reckless one.

“Didn’t you see the taxi coming?!!!”

I was raged, I was scared, I was sad, I was embarrassed… I wouldn’t stop shaking.

It’s one of those days… Well, ongoing, when everything else doesn’t work in my favour; from health to work, to the need for some TLC (Tender Loving Care).

Before then, on my way back to Accra from Tema, I’d accidentally dropped my mobile phone in the taxi. I had to trace it all the way back to the station I’d boarded the taxi from. I was lucky.

This week didn’t start on a good note for me. This week hates me, at least the early part of it said it to my face.

I have hope, that tomorrow will bring good news, be filled with positive thoughts, and most importantly, productive despite the annoying power outage situation in the country.


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