Tuesday, 1 December 2009

My Week In Photos and Blogposts

I have been selected as one of the 5 monthly winners of the Blog4FT competition and will be in the running for the final grand prize! Thank you most kindly to everyone who voted for me!

Here is the selected blog entry:
Froggy Encounters in Gasing Hill

Here is the results page on the official site:
Results Page

(If the links don't take you to the intended page, then please copy and paste the URL or click on the link to ***Savoir Vivre KL!*** on the menu bar on your right.)

The Past Week, In Photos and Separate Blogposts:



Sat, 21 Nov 2009: Energy Efficiency Carnival at the PWTC. Read all about it here.






Sat, 21 Nov 2009: Farewell Barbecue Party for Covert Boss. He is in the second photo, seated on the left.



Sun, 22 Nov 2009: Shadow -- not blending in very well with my camouflage bedclothes.



Tues, 24 Nov 2009: Universal Children's Day at my office. Please read the full post here.



Tues, 24 Nov 2009: The children of Bukit Damansara Primary School put up a performance in aid of Save Our Seahorses. Please read the full post here.



Wed, 25 Nov 2009: International Meatless Day. Please read the full post here.



Sun, 29 Nov 2009: Another Sunday spent volunteering at the SPCA. I am pleased to report that the guinea pig and 2 rabbits have been adopted by a young boy who loves animals, had read up on the care of his new animal companions, and paid the adoption fee out of his own pocket money. Thank you to the kindhearted youngster!



Tues, 1 Dec 2009: World AIDS Day in Kuala Lumpur. Please read the full post here.


Please leave me a comment if you have the time! I'd love to hear from you!

4 comments:

Cat-in-Sydney said...

CO78,
Errr...no meat day? That would be hard on us cats...purrr...meow!

louis said...

Congratulations, CO78.

Your post on frogging was very informative.

~Covert_Operations'78~ said...

Thank you for dropping by, Kitties-in-Sydney and Louis!

Kitties, you are exempted from Meatless Day for health reasons! I don't want you to develop taurine deficiency! :D

Louis, thank you so much for your kind words. I didn't think the frogging post was my best work but I am glad the judges liked it!

louis said...

CO78,

Whether your post on frogging was your "best work" or not, it was a narrative that conveyed a compelling sense of camaraderie, enthusiasm and the excitement of discovery.

I saw mention of your award in The Star tonight. I look forward to you driving away one of those cars offered as prizes.