Like any other day, I rode the shuttle going home.
Most of the shuttles are the van-type that can seat 16 at the back and another 2 in the front. Since I was early, I managed to secure a seat at the second row--and it's not on the folding seat which makes it more comfortable.
Amazingly though, for a supposedly first day of school, traffic was light this morning and even going home. I was already at the South exit in 30 minutes.
The shuttle that I take passes by Festival Mall before dropping me off at Alabang Town Center. When the shuttle turned left going to the Festival Mall area near Shopwise, somebody from the back yelled, "Para po!" Since it was unexpected, the driver was not able to stop immediately. Since it was also out of the way, the driver asked if she can get down near Seattle's Best instead. We were all surprised when she yelled, "Bababa na nga, mas marunong ka pa sa akin." It was so surprising as the driver was polite in asking her and she replied that way. So the two old ladies beside me got down so the girl at the back can get down. What made it worse was that this...this...girl slammed the seat up hitting me on the arm. Naturally, I yelled out in pain and she did not even say sorry or acknowledged that she managed to physically hurt someone in her rudeness.
I was so pissed and I wanted to confront her but the other ladies immediately got back on the van. I wanted to threaten her that if I suddenly miscarry, it will be all her fault and on her conscience.
I don't know what her problem was or if she was brought up that way. I'm thinking maybe she's having a bad day or she really just wanted to pick on someone. Whatever the case, she's a poor excuse of a human being.
Up to now, I'm still mad at the girl. Hopefully, this post will get rid of the negative energy so my baby and I can rest well tonight. It does not bode well to harbor negative energy.