Article 1: Someone at 30,000 feet high must have been fiddling with our fate.

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       At a quarter past three in the morning, Suo Yang’s alarm clock rang.

       It was the first flight of the month, and as usual, it was an international flight, with a flight time of 19 hours and a departure time of 6.15 am.

       The flight was at quarter past six, and he had to check in at half-past four.

       Suo Yang was accustomed to this kind of life—it always had nothing to do with working from nine to five.

       He got up, picked up a glass of water, drank it, and took a simple shower.
He then came back to quickly changed clothes and went out with a suitcase.

       He didn’t even need to organize his suitcase, because when he came back the day before yesterday, he had already changed his clean clothes, so as not to be in a hurry before leaving again.

       Suo Yang was a person with a very disciplined life.
His rules were different from ordinary people’s.
This kind of rule was formed under the perennial irregularities of flight attendants.

       It was raining outside, and he turned on the wipers as he drove out of the underground parking lot.

       Fortunately, it was not raining hard enough to make any difference to anything.

       Suo Yang drove to the airport along a very familiar route and picked up a colleague on the way.

       “Good morning, Yang ge.” The girl’s name was He Tian, ​​and she looked sweet.
She only came here last year.
The two would occasionally be in the same crew, and Suo Yang would take her to and from get off work along the way.

       “Good morning.”

       Suo Yang had worked in this airline for four years.
Because he was handsome and easy to get along with, he could handle all kinds of incidents—from big flight emergencies to small emergencies such as difficult passengers.
He handled it all well and was a very reliable person at least at work and everyone quite liked him, especially the new young girls.

       The reason why it was “especially the new girls” was that the new girls didn’t know him well and were easily fooled by the illusion of him being “easy to get along with”.
In fact, he was the kind of person who seemed to be very friendly but always kept a safe distance from you.

       After working for four years, the number of colleagues and even tourists who made advances to Suo Yang was no longer able to be counted by hands and feet.
However, Suo Yang always politely and suavely declined, not giving anyone a chance to get close to him, even the opportunity to “start as friends” was not given.

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       This guy was emotionally hard-hearted, everyone says so.

       Suo Yang drove He Tian to the airport in the car, the girl sat in the passenger seat, and it didn’t take a while before she started to unexpectedly sob.

       Suo Yang glanced at her in surprise, took out a tissue and handed it to her, “What’s wrong?”

       “Thank you Yang ge,” He Tian took the tissue and carefully wiped her tears in the mirror, for fear of wiping off her makeup, “I haven’t slept all night.”

       Suo Yang smiled, “Been working hard lately?”

       “No, I’m just angry.” He Tian said, “My boyfriend cheated.”

       What to say about this?

       Suo Yang had seen quite a few.

       They were busy at work, they were not at home, and they have irregular work and rest periods.
Not to mention boyfriend or girlfriend, even the married older brothers and sisters in the unit had experienced several of these kinds of incidents.

       It was very heartbreaking and very helpless.

       He Tian sniffed and said, “Yang ge, do you guys also care about company? He said I can’t always be there for him, so that’s why he found someone else.”

       “Everyone cares about companionship,” Suo Yang looked ahead, “That is not a reason for cheating.”

       He Tian raised her head and tried her best to keep her tears flowing, “I told him the same, but he seemed to think he was very reasonable.
It was the nature of my job that forced him to cheat.”

       Suo Yang laughed softly, “Are you sure you still want to shed tears for a man like that?”

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       He Tian was startled and wiped away a line of tears that had fallen.

       “Yes, he doesn’t deserve it.” He Tian gritted her teeth and said, “I was blind to be with him for three years.”

       “It’s not that you are blind, it’s that he doesn’t know how to cherish.”

       On a rainy day, the road was slippery, so Suo Yang drove very carefully.

       He Tian turned to look at him, was silent for a while, and asked softly, “Yang ge, are you never in a relationship because you were worried about this?”<

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