Tuesday, March 27, 2012

A Thank You Note


It’s always heart-warming to receive ‘Thank you’ notes from students because it shows that they do appreciate our efforts and energies that we put in for them! Yesterday, I received an email from Gorata Onamile (above) who wrote: “I would like to pass my sincere regards to you. I am very thankful of your great support and help you gave me through the entire internship. Thanks again for motivation, care and guidance.”


Last evening I was at Monash University to attend the Toastmasters meeting there. The attendance was good and yay, the meeting started on time. I already knew I could look forward to a great meeting. I was not disappointed because the Table Topics speeches were wonderful, the project speeches were impressive and the evaluations were fantastic! Mun Yee and Stefanie Yau practised their contest speeches and I gave my feedback that was honest and I hoped, helpful. Indeed, I have enjoyed the meeting and I am awarding it a score of an 8 out of a 10.

I RME (‘Rolled my eyes’, for those who didn’t know!) when I saw this news item (p 16) in The Star last night. Chua Soi Lek had asked: “Ask yourself this – have lives been better in states with greater DAP representation since 2008?” I nodded my head and wondered if idiotic imbecility drove him to ask this question in the first place. Chua had just prompted Malaysian Chinese to give DAP the vote when GE13 comes.

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