Writing 101,Day Sixteen:Serial Killer.

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  Today on writing 101 blogging challenge, we were asked to write on:”a job in which you had to sift through forgotten or lost belongings.Describe a day in which you come upon something peculiar, or tell a story about something interesting you find in a pile”.
  It was my last day in university for that semester, and it was time to observe a long holiday.I decided to apply for a job which entails, reuniting people in a hotel with what they have misplaced.I have done this several times, and i have been appreciated on different occasions.
  To unite people with things they have lost has being wonderful, having to see the smile on their face when they find their lost item has also being good.
I have found many things for people, but i will forever remember this one.I resumed for duty very early in the morning, and i greeted everyone as usual and while moving to see if i could find anything, i stumbled upon a letter and to my greatest surprise i saw a scholarship inside of it.I was busy wondering how someone could have misplaced such a thing, and i spotted a troubled young man, and i asked him what the problem was and he narrated how he misplaced his envelope that was very important to him, immediately i sighted his name on the passport which was thesame with that of the envelope.I wanted to say a word when the man also sighted the envelope, and immediately i gave it to him, he was filled with joy, thanking me and he also explained the importance of the envelope.
  After all the work done during the holiday and i was ready to go to school, i sat down and asked myself what i achieved during the holiday and i remember only that day, i am always happy, i am always happy of how someone who was sad became happy.

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