Last week a friend sent me a mail about "Think positive when bad things happen". Last weenkend we happened to have something unfortunate happened to our car. Richy bumped the front bar of the car while pulling the car out of the parking lot. He was quite shocked because things like that should always be done by me, not him. This time he got no one to blame but himself. I suggested we all practice "think positive" at that time and don't let things affect our mood. So, the positive side was that our insurance might cover the damage, and this accident might remind Richy to always watch out while turning the car in the future. And the good thing was that we did not hurt any people but bump to the concrete with protecting coat without evening hurting the concrete.
Since I had to drive the car to Kun-Shan city sooner to have it fixed. I thought I may also check if there is any unpaid tickets from the last few months. So I could by the way pay the ticket in Kun-shang. Richy checked the internet and keyed in the car information last night. Bingo! We got one. To my surprise, Richy was not sad about losing money for the tickets like the way he used to be. Instead, he teased me about getting one ticket on my car. Maybe he was applying "positive thinking". But I passed the calender to him and showed him the ticket was dated June 21 which was a "Sunday". I never had to drive on Sunday. Richy was the one who drove us around on Sundays. Ha, Ha....
Maybe teasing each other about getting a traffic ticket is another way of Positive thinking. Anyway, We did not panic much about getting the ticket.
We took a bus to Ping-Jiang Street to take a walk on Sunday afternoon. It was our second visit to Ping-Jiang Street. Richy wanted to visited the traditional Ping-Tan stage museum, but it was closed when we arrived. Richy was practicing his Photo skill with the single-len Camera. Our old digital camera became Winston's new kit for outing activities. I was Winston's model and Winston and I were Richy's model. We had a simple and light supper at the tea house on the sidewalk.