Reporting In Again
Hello again ~ thanks for your comments and nonstop SMSes again asking when I am reporting in and what I am reporting as in Sri Aman (or Simanggang as known to most people). Prior to my reporting in for duty I was still trying to complete my other tasks in my previous position (like attending REDEEMS Carnival which I already posted). My trip to Sandakan Sabah which is my final assignment (and another memorable experience) will have to go later then.
Okay here goes...
My last blog Reporting In four months ago still remains fresh in my mind. I had to prepare myself for that challenging position (in the State Secretary's Office) not knowing that I would be moving again in a the next few monthsto come. Working there required me to assemble all those years of experience including brushing up my communication skills to ensure that the State Secretary's Office is well managed. Meeting the higher ups one has to know the proper protocol and conduct - so I don't go 'clicking' my camera recklessly like I used to. In times of difficulty I was lucky to have efficient and competent colleagues - providing backups when things get more challenging. Thank you Jane, Mary, Azizah, Ramblee, Bernard and Midah. We made a great team.
Now my new posting may restrict that 'trigger happy picture snapping' to get pictures which I like to put in my blogs. In assisting the Resident of Sri Aman, it means more canggih cameras will be pointing at us rather than me shooting back with tiny camera.
Char Koay Teow 'hangus' anyone?
Indeed as commented by Cyril aka Cdason.com and Sagaraptor, Sri Aman is a nice friendly town where everyone instantly knows you only by the first meeting and greeting. The famous market as recommended by joenyin who commented in my blog ~ and I think my experience in Sri Aman is yet to come as I am struggling to look for a rented house now. Reason being the present government quarters have to make way for the new Sri Aman Township which is in the making. Probably I will take Apai Salleh here for that famous dish. My Kuching neighbour who is from Sri Aman, Melvin is furnishing me with the list of badminton buddies. Guday ~ thanks for the introducing the new word to me (apotheosis).....well this blog is a long way from being that my friend... I just love the technology and how it links people - see how I got to know nel and many more. I got my former colleague Apaiumbart into the blogging scene and I think he is doing well in Saratok. We will try to convey the experience as administrators in the two Divisions of Sri Aman and Saratok District.