On the morning of April 18, I suffered an injury on my right hand's third finger when I rode a bike on my way to office. The cause was the loss of balance by slipping foot on the pedal and hitting my right handle on a guardrail. It included a deep cut and a fracture on the edge of the finger.
I must stay a hospital from April 18 to 21 because the doctor did an operation that fixed the broken part by burying a thin metal. Staying at a hospital and an operation on my body both were the first experience to me.
Of course, these are no good things, but when these happen I always remind a famous, and my favorite saying "Jinkan- Banji-Saiou-ga-Uma"（人間万事塞翁が馬） that comes from an ancient China' story. It means that "a worse thing might happen after a bad thing and also an opposite thing might happen, no one predicts the future correctly".