Thank you Ma’am or What you never wanted to know about luck and misfortune
When you’re young you don’t think about things which put pressure on you. You try to avoid special situations, but sometimes you can’t. The reason for this is destiny, accompanied by luck and misfortune.
I was 14 years old when I had to learn my lesson. It was a cloudy, frosty winter day, the sun hadn’t made it to shine through the dark haze of the sky above all of us. “Grotto”, this was the way we called our little village, didn’t know what this daytime would bring. In fact it was only a run- down, blotted and apparently unfriendly district, filled with normal people, nice and bad ones, like in every town. But I knew about that day. All trials and tribulations of adolescents flew away in contemplation of the coming incident. Aunt Mathilda’s visit was imminent. For me it was inexplicable how fast the time had run. One year goes so quickly when you know that something horrible will happen again and again.