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at exactly 9:01pm, i received a text message

I am currently charging my mobile phone here at home. And as i checked a while ago, i received a text message from an instructional officer of the institution that i am working for. According to her message, there will be a flag raising for faculty and non teaching personnel tomorrow at exactly 7am. And in addition with her message, the library department will be the host for that event. What? I was surprised because i am the one who is heading the library department. I asked her why the library? and before she responded my question, i immediately forwarded her instruction to my library staff in order to have an idea of what are going to happen tomorow. Aside from singing of the national anthem, we are going to sing the institutional hymn followed by an oath. And after that a simple exercise plus a sharing from any of the library staff. Last year, i am the one who did the sharing. Alhough i am expecting right now, that my library staff are not ready for the sharing. So i am going to think my topic to share. The last activity for the event is an inspirational message from the president. Wish us luck tomorrow. #Flag #Speech #Sharing #Library #Surprise

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MegL wrote on January 29, 2015, 9:02 AM

that is NOT good, getting a message like that the day before! Not very good organisation there. Maybe it went so well last year, they want you to do it again?

MelissaE wrote on January 29, 2015, 11:47 AM

I love the way that some folks plan things out so carefully. You seem like the kind of person who's got this covered. Let it know how it goes.

luisga814 wrote on January 29, 2015, 8:08 PM

it seems not good. I am the only one hosting. My library staff are absent. So, my immediate action is to tap the department for their replacement.

luisga814 wrote on January 29, 2015, 8:11 PM

My only inspirational message was came from the black American 1973 singer Marvin Gaye, Lets get it on. That was my shortest speech ever. And they laugh after.