Award Ceremony – August 2018.

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I would like to take this moment to thank those who have nominated me for the below awards. It was a pleasure receiving and answering them.

It takes a while to actually compose the whole post, but I will not complain, as “no pain, no gain”. Now, if you have some time on your hand, and would like to volunteer your secretarial services to me, I would not refuse. I could dictate, and you could write and worry about the composition. It is a dream, payless job. Go to my Contact page to apply. Be sure to submit your full resume and a cover letter!

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The awards I received in the month of August are:

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  1. It’s interesting what you say about learning about “Life” at school.
    In highschool I had some subjects like “philosphy of life” , “society /social studies” and “taking care of yourself”.
    I don’t if it were the teachers or the material, but I was never interested.
    Mainly dur to my parents, who only forced me to know languages and sciences.
    Now I realease, there is more to life than only that.

    I like grizzly the most too! They stole my heart when I saw them in Canada. In captivity though, but still 😉

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