July 2017 – it’s a wrap

I attended five meetings and surprisingly only fulfilled one wedding invitation. The most memorable event in July was the Retirement Farewell given to me by PPM. It was held in conjunction with PPM’s Jamuan Hari Raya. I was indeed touched by the attendance of those whom I have been actively involved with in PPM but at the same time saddened by the absence of colleagues who could not make it.

Delivering my thank you speech

Receiving a beautiful present from the President of PPM

I also managed to meet up for lunch with friends from my secondary school days at MGS Kuantan. We actively communicate on Whatsapp but it was good to put a face to a name. We also took the KTM Komuter from Shah Alam  to Seremban – a first for me – for dinner at another one of our  friend’s house.

Me and my schoolmates from MGS Kuantan anxiously waiting for the train

With the same group of friends from my school days attending a wedding in Putrajaya

Towards the end of July and moving into early August, I drove down to Kuantan with Sue and Azwa. I had to attend a meeting at the Pahang State Library and at the same time one of my siblings came down with something and I had to see her before I leave for my August trips. Along the way, we stopped at my cousin’s house in Temerloh to meet my one remaining aunt who is my late mum’s youngest sister. We also stop by the Temerloh Hospital to visit my cousin.

With the Board Members of the Pahang State Library Board

Towards the end of July and moving into early August, I drove down to Kuantan with Sue and Azwa. I had to attend a meeting at the Pahang State Library and at the same time one of my siblings came down with something and I had to see her before I leave for my August trips. Along the way, we stopped at my cousin’s house in Temerloh to meet my one remaining aunt who is my late mum’s youngest sister. We also stop by the Temerloh Hospital to visit my cousin.

All in all, a very good month after the slow month of June. So. let’s end this with a pink hibiscus. Hibiscus or commonly known as bunga raya is the national flower. They are predominantly red but I have see white ones, orange ones and finally a pink one.

Our national flower = hibiscus or locally known as bunga raya.

 

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