Hello my dear friends and family, I hope you are well, and spend a beautiful weekend with your dear family. I would first like to thank my very dear supporters for their constant support. Thank you for always giving me motivation and hope. Your presence in my life is a blessing.
So how are you guys? I was busy with a lot of programs all these days, and my time was really very limited. You don't know how difficult it was for me to come to read cash, write articles and visit you. But I'm proud of myself that despite all these involvements, I was able to achieve the same goal, which is to write one article every day. I hope that today, as night falls, my conflicts will gradually decrease a little. Even today, since I didn't have enough time to raise a new topic, I told myself to share a memory with you. A memory that still reminds me of conflicting emotions, such as laughter, fear, stress, depression, and stupidity. Now, let me tell you about my memory.
It was almost 7 years ago. I wasn't married at the time, and I was single. I was going to work to a factory that was out of town. And it was two hours from our house. We had to get to the factory at 7 AM, so the factory service, which was a bus, was picking me up from our street as the first person. It was a 5-minute walk from the house to the street, where I boarded the service.
I was setting my phone to 4:30 in the morning to ring, and wake up, to get on the service by 5 o'clock. It was always dark when I left the house. And by the time I was getting to the bus, I was really scared because of the loneliness of the alley. Because of my fear, I hurried this distance, and said to myself, Ellen, you are afraid in vain, it is morning. And the air will be clear a little longer, so don't be afraid.
I woke up one morning before my sleep timer rang. I looked at my phone, and turned it off, thinking I had woken up two minutes earlier than my timer. I quickly put on my clothes and hurried to the factory bus at the usual speed. When I got to the usual place where the bus was parked, I saw that it had not arrived yet, I said it must be a little late. I was standing, waiting and taking a nap. Five minutes passed, the bus didn't come. Ten minutes passed, didn't come. A quarter passed, didn't come... I was starting to worry. I looked at the sky. Surprisingly, there was no sign of the morning light in the sky. I took my phone out of my bag to look at my watch. Suddenly I was surprised to see that it is still 3 AM instead of 5 AM. I pressed my eyes tightly together, maybe I'm wrong. But no, it's not 5 o'clock in the morning, it's 3 o'clock in the midnight.
Suddenly, my body trembled with fear. I said to myself, Ellen, what are you doing on the street at night, girl? Now what do you do if someone bothers you, steals you or your handbag? I ran home ten times as fast as I did every morning. I was cursing myself for not checking my watch carefully when I woke up, to leave the house in the middle of the night instead of in the morning. Now, what if my mom came to my room during this time and saw that I am not at home in the middle of the night? I was running towards the house. When I got to the house, I slowly opened the door with my key, and so that no one would notice, I walked slowly to my room. I dropped my bag, and with my uniform, I went under the blanket in fear. I fell asleep, two hours later my mobile timer rang again, and this time the factory bus was waiting for me.
When I woke up in the morning, I thought to myself, what a stupid thing I did. Instead of waking up in the morning, I got up in the middle of the night, got ready, and headed for the factory bus. Thank God my mom and dad didn't understand anything, otherwise they would have blamed me. I didn't tell anyone about that. I just told you. Now stay between us, please don't tell anyone. I don't want anyone to laugh at me. Or assume I'm stupid... 🥺