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发表时间:2021-05-03 20:12

无论你遇见了谁,他都是你生命中该出现的人,绝非偶然,他的出现一定会教会你些什么。——题记


偶然路过曾经的小学,经过学校旁的小卖铺,锈迹斑斑铁门紧闭着,我回忆起了童年。


儿时上下学是爷爷接送的,爷爷经常一吃完饭便送我去学校,然后再塞给我两三块零钱,有时心情好还会给十块,对于儿时的我,十块可是个大数目哩。那个点校门还未开,我总是滞留在小卖铺。


中午的小卖铺与放学后人头攒动的一片仓皇相比,显得十分闲适寂静。小卖铺分成两个地方,一面是小卖铺阿姨中午做饭的微型厨房,一面便是摆满琳琅满目商品的货架。小卖铺阿姨坐在安乐椅上轻轻地晃荡,眼睛微微眯着望向门外。我轻车熟路地走进门,她见了我,也不起身,只是轻轻地说声:“哟,来啦。”我应了一声,随后在巴掌大的店里东走走西看看。阿姨还是坐在安乐椅上,她对我是很放心的。“书包放凳子上吧,背着走挺累的。”她微笑着说。


逛累了,我便从柜台上拿根棒棒糖,接着熟练地打开抽屉把钱放进去,再搬着柜台后的小板凳到安乐椅旁边坐下,和阿姨聊起天来。小孩子总是像话匣子一般,一张口便说个没停,从奇怪的树讲到可爱的猫,从严厉的老师讲到友好的同学,我总是舔着棒棒糖讲了一中午也不知疲乏,阿姨也总是耐心地听着,有时搭上几句,我们两个人相视一笑,就这样一起度过每一个慵懒的午后。


童年的我心中,小卖铺阿姨就像是一个树洞,收录着我所有成长的烦恼和美梦,或幼稚,或无厘头,或不着边际。


记得每次我去买什么东西时,阿姨总是少收我钱,也不顾其他小朋友不满的嘟囔,那时的我总是感到十分骄傲。有时我放学路过门口,阿姨也会远远地把我叫住:“我今天做了好吃的,你来尝尝。”小孩子哪懂得什么客气不客气,我便没脸没皮地凑上去吃个够,蹭了不少便宜,也难怪母亲过年时总要给小卖铺阿姨送些紫菜表示回礼。


后来,小卖铺阿姨不知什么事情悄无声息地离开了,我也便再也没运气见过她,或许以后也见不到了吧。隔了些年的今日,她的容貌早已模糊,但她陪伴我的每个午后又如此清晰。“阿姨,等我长大了也要像你一样做小卖铺老板。”儿时的我一次次说着这个愿望。它越过时空,至今仍盘旋在我的脑海中。她仅仅只在我的人生中占去了短短三年,却永远留在我的回忆中。

英语翻译、;

No matter who you meet, he is the person who should appear in your life. It is by no means accidental. His appearance will definitely teach you something. --Inscription


Passing by the former elementary school by chance, passing by the small shop next to the school, the rusty iron door was closed tightly, and I recalled my childhood.


When I was a child, my grandpa took me to and from school. Grandpa often took me to school as soon as he finished eating, and then gave me two or three yuan in change. Sometimes I was in a good mood and gave me ten yuan. For me when I was a child, ten yuan was a lot. A large number of miles. At that point, the school door has not yet opened, and I always stay in the small shop.


The small shop at noon looked very leisurely and quiet compared with the crowded crowd after school. The small shop is divided into two places, one is the mini-kitchen where the small shop aunt cooks lunch at noon, and the other is the shelf full of dazzling products. Aunt Xiaomaipu sat on the easy chair and swayed gently, squinting slightly to look out the door. I walked in the door in a familiar manner. She saw me without getting up, but just said softly: "Yo, here." I answered, and then walked around in the palm-sized shop. Auntie is still sitting in the easy chair, she is very relieved to me. "Put your schoolbag on the stool, it's tiring to walk with your back." She smiled.


When I was tired from shopping, I took a lollipop from the counter, then skillfully opened the drawer to put the money in, and then moved the small bench behind the counter to sit next to the easy chair and chatted with my aunt. Children are always talking like a chatterbox, talking without stopping, from strange trees to cute cats, from stern teachers to friendly classmates, I always licked lollipops and talked for noon. Tired, the aunt always listened patiently, sometimes with a few words, the two of us looked at each other and smiled, so we spent every lazy afternoon together.


In my childhood, the auntie Xiaomaipu was like a tree hole, containing all my growing up troubles and dreams, either childish, or nonsensical, or irrelevant.


I remember that every time I went to buy something, my aunt always charged me less and ignored other children's grumbles. At that time, I was always very proud. Sometimes when I pass by the door after school, my aunt will stop me from a distance: "I made something delicious today, and you can taste it." The kid doesn't know anything about being polite, so I rushed to eat it without any skin. It's enough, and it's cheap. It's no wonder that my mother always sends some seaweed to the auntie at the small shop in return.


Later, auntie Xiaomaipu left quietly without knowing what happened, and I never had any luck to meet her again, maybe I won't see her again. Today, a few years later, her appearance has long been blurred, but every afternoon she accompanies me is so clear. "Auntie, when I grow up, I will be the owner of a small shop like you." When I was a child, I said this wish again and again. It crosses time and space and still hovering in my mind today. She only took up a short period of three years in my life, but she stayed in my memory forever.


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