Pen and Notebook

October 13, 2014

When I reached atop this hill, I met these two. The one with the yellow beanie looked really discontent and was talking to himself. I asked him what the matter was and he said that he was upset that his brother won’t return his pen and his notebook. As soon as he said this, the brother quickly in his defense said, ‘It’s not like that. It’s my pen and notebook. I had lent

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it to him this morning so I took it back. Now, he thinks it’s his’.” – Met them in Macha Khola, Gorkha

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