by Cecile Cinco
My youngest desired to have her own music player. She saved on her school allowance to be able to buy from Ebay. Recently she won. It got her more excited and tense when the item was not delivered by the courier the next day. The seller was quite helpful in calling on the courier to follow up. It turned out our address was the problem. There is no number. I told the seller there really is no number because our street is very short with practically just 2 doors.
When the item arrived finally, daughter was really excited. The problem is, the mp5 just worked for a day. Within that day, several times it hung. The kid was really disappointed. She’s 11. I wrote the seller an email letting him know the child’s predicament. He offered that we send it back since it is just unfair and if he cannot fix it, he will refund the kid’s money. She got excited and her smile reached her ears.
She thought, though, will she? What if the seller just wanted the item back and “run away” and never give the money back? She asked me if she can ask God for a sign whether she will send it back since it will cost another courier fee. Will it be better than just having it repaired elsewhere? I said if she’s going to ask for a sign, it should be uncommon but not so much that it will be weird for other people to notice. Her sign? If it rains that night (last night) then it means God meant for her to send it back. It has not rained for more than a week so raining now will be quite uncommon but not really weird. Besides, it is God who controls the rain.
Guess what? It rained last night and it continued till morning.
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