Thanks for joining me again in this rollacoster ride, so before the selection day I got a call like two days earlier that I was being invited for interviews.
I was very excited and nervous at the same time coz I didn’t Know what to expect.
But then I decided that I will just stick to my motivations and skills and convinced the recruiting team that I was perfect for the job.
So coming from a far place which was like a 7- 9 hours drive by bus to the interview venue, I decided to travel one day ahead of the interview day and slept in town near the interview venue and the next day very early in the morning I left for the interview knowing that it will take the whole day.
So our interviews consisted of two parts, the group and the one on ones. I was surprised coz the group Interviews wasn’t what I was expecting. It was so much fun and there was a lot of team bonding.
The one on ones weren’t difficult as well. You just have to have good motivations and strong passion to change the lives of the youths.
So what are you waiting for , become an agent for change now and let’s work together towards changing the lives of many young.
Thanks for reading and please don’t forget to come back for more.
This is quiet difficult but I guess that is why it’s called a challenge.
I have had several proud moments like passing my advanced level, getting admitted into law school, scoring the winning game for under 15 when I was 10(netball) and so much more but I’m still not sure what my proudest moment was.
But if I’m to think harder, I believe that being heard on the radio when I was 11 years old was my most proud moment.
I also believe that my proudest moment is yet to come…
(Image source- Google images)
What was your proudest moment?
I’m not really sure if I have an average day. But since today’s challenge is about an average day, let me tell you few things that I do during my day.
I normally start my day by waking up at 6.30, preparing breakfast,showering and taking breakfast by 8.am. Then going for work (internship) by 8.30am.
Having lunch at 1.30pm and sometimes at 2.00pm.
Returning home at 4.30 pm.
It’s not everything but at least the main things that I do these days
(Google images)– All images.
What is in my fridge?
Surprisingly, even Google can’t give me an answer because I don’t own a fridge yet.
The reason for the post is the ongoing 31 Day blogging challenge.
(Image source, Google images)
I’m a person who loves travelling but honestly speaking have never gone outside Uganda but plan to go soon. I have been to almost every part of Uganda with the exception of East and north Eastern districts.
But the best physical features are found in the Western part of the country. But this is just my opinion.
In 2012, I spent 2 weeks in Mbarara and Kabarole districts touring different places in the western part of the country, like Bundibugyo, The western rift valley, river rwizi, Rwenzori mountain, Lake katwe, and so much more.
The landscape alone is amazing, its so beautiful I enjoyed every last bit of it. Those who have been there can actually agree with me.
(Google images) that is how the western landscape looks like.
Now coming to today’s theme, my best physical feature is actually ‘water bodies’. Even though I afraid of big water bodies, I really enjoy seeing it. It depicts the true beauty of nature.
I don’t have all the photos from the western tour right now. But that is me in 2012 in Kabarole District in Fort portal near the water fall in ( Amabere caves) .
So what is your best physical feature?.