The whole day I kept unintentionally glanced/read the label on my bike handle "Caution: Please make sure that the handle bar / stem are securely tighten. Refer to the manual"~well something like that. And those words kept playing in my mind, and i had a bad feeling the entire afternoon, as if an accident is going to happen.
Then just when i had drained all my energy by working nonstop (took a 15mins break and that was it) from 8.20am to 6.30pm, i saw a blind man walking by the road in front of Grace Watson hall toward the main campus. Suddenly he stumbled over a rock and he almost fell but he didn't. Then at that moment when i decided to go and help him suddenly the handle bar together with the stem on my bike just flew in front of me!!! I was still cycling and in shock and TERRIFIED!!!
It was a really ridiculous scene, luckily no one taped it :P. I found it magical because i was still pedaling and at the same time still holding the DETACHED handle bar !!!! and then i decided to bent my knee to the left and right so that the bike will fall. If i didn't do that i would had crashed into the Sundial ! that would be an ugly scene...The magical part was, i didn't fall!!! the bike did which was really weird. Alhamdulillah i'm saved. fuuh~~
Feeling bad for not helping the man (not that i didn't want to, but because i couldn't), i followed him. I felt like a stalker for a moment there :P. I didn't have the courage to just go and asked if he needed help because i thought "what if the help i'm trying to offer him made him feel bad of himself ?". So i pedaled really slow (of cuz i reattached the handle bar and give it a GOOD STRONG hit so it stays attached). I knew that most of the pathway are blocked due to the construction and didn't want him to felt into those 2 big holes i saw yesterday. After 5minutes or so he walked into the library and at that moment i knew i had done my part, making sure he didn't get lost due to the construction and etc.
What an amazing day! a magical one :)