Saturday, December 1, 2012


Words of healing
I never used to believe in luck. But now, when I analysed it. This red top is my lucky top. It is quite plain so I shall not be over the top. Out of the blue, reporter Rebecca approached me. She heard about my book. She explained she wanted to do a feature. About me and my book. I asked if she could come at lunch time. My principal offered her office. Mates at work cheered, Ann, you are now a VIP. The featured was published. People stopped me on the road. A Chinese grandma says, I don't know English, You have done us proud, By featuring in an English newspaper. Translate it into Chinese, A billion Chinese will have a chance to read it. Who would have thought, That red top,attracted a TV producer. Before I knew it, I was interviewed on national TV. I was invited to public speaking. Yes, I wore that red top. It gave me confident. Ultimately, I am a Chinese, Red is luck. I had a mini reunion, of a friend I had not seen, for forty years. I wore that red top and had great time. The local newspaper magazine did a feature article
Words of healing
on me. This magazine comes free when you buy the New Zealand Herald, one of the biggest mainstream newspaper in the country. Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Luck Posted on November 25, 2012 by Ed So, what brings you luck? A coin, a pen, a bridle perhaps? This is a poem, but blogger has gone funny.

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