Friday, 31 October 2008

PROGRESS REPORT

I was eager to go here, but then something else short-term opened up in my neighbourhood. My former mdosi was quite understanding juu we had agreed that due to budgetary constraints on her side that woulda seen me travel bila per diem allowances and get my lodging/housing covered only up to a point, I would be looking for something long-term at home. I’d have gone anyway, and used that experience in the ‘tell me an instance where you went above and beyond the call of duty at work’ interview question. And honestly, it was offering great experience. What I have now has potential to turn into a long running commitment. To be fair, I have offered to work for her (former mdosi) after-hours due to the time differential-seven, soon to be eight hours. We’ll see how that goes. But I’m very encouraged. Then there are the benefits of working close to home; seeing my family and friends often is priceless, I don’t have to freak out about the winter (the weather is near perfect all year round, I think), the people are wonderful, and the food? Wee wacha tu!

I just handed over my first weekly report. Goodbye Accra, hello Kampala.

4 comments:

Maua said...

Keep going, I'm glad things are happening. Keep us posted, and when the going gets really good, we'll join you.

Vikii said...

All I asked for is a committment by you to set aside 1% of your salo for me and my thirst. Sawa?

Maishinski said...

Am thinking of going back to Kenya, Uganda or Tanzania for independent consulting myself...

As in 100% independent. No salary.

PKW said...

Maua; things are LOOKING good. Will be sure to let you know
Vikii: Ati? I'll join the list of Kenyans asking for them dollars from you. Ukion +254 beeping, ni mimi.
Mainshiski: Wee kamu