Independent’s Day Celebration at Singapore American School
On Saturday, Frontline (a code I used for the company I work for) participated in a carnival held in Singapore American School in celebration of the upcoming Independent’s Day! It is our first time participating in a Carnival and we had lots of fun selling drinks, chips and ready to eat food. It was a beautiful, haze free and sunny day!
There were two funny encounters during the carnival while I was manning the drinks booth.
Dad: Hi there, do you sell juices?
Me: Erm no, but we do have pepsi, mountain dew, rootbeer, dr pepper, H2O and water.
Dad turns to little girl: Darling, they don’t sell juices.
Little girl: They…don’t …sell…juices…?
Face cringed up into a mess before big fat tears roll down her cheeks and she starts wailing like it’s the end of the world. It was hilarious. The girl looks like a doll even though she was crying.
Young Boy: Can I have a root beer?
Me: Sure, there you go. Payment at…
Young Boy dashed into the dinning tent and never returned. Two other young boys stared with wide opened mouth. I felt cheated. Damn.
To end the beautiful evening, there was a five minutes display of low range fireworks. It was magical.
Happy Independent’s Day, my readers from the states!