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Sunday, 26 October 2008

Harlo =]

I shall have the honour of providing follow up treatment for the blog, which is in such a not so sad state! But still quite ok i guess, considering we occasionally tag, and i believe most ppl still check it :)
Seletar camp is beautiful (Nice sea view, alot of assorted fruit trees and exotic varieties of birds). It is actually quite an idyllic location, you could just sit there and enjoy the sea breeze and listen to the birds sing. Quite sad that they made it into an army camp. Should have become a resort or something. I finally passed my SOC; when I couldn't pass it i dreaded staying back on Saturdays for remedial training. Seletar camp food is rather good, but it's still no substitute for food outside of the army. Unit life is rather regular and less hectic than a trainee life. As a sergeant I can visit the mess, play free pool, watch television and surf the net. Little mercies that keep you going in the army.

note to Shirli: Probably coming next year or next next year. Anyone else studying at Christ's college currently?

note to others: blog about unit/ whatever!=]

Saturday, 25 October 2008

Hi :)

I now have the role of continued survival of the blog, which is in a sorry state! But still quite ok i guess, considering people occasionally post and i believe some people still read it =)

Resummex was terrible (torrential rain, heavy loads and brown mud). The weather was hot and wet; when my handfan broke down i dreaded trying to fall asleep cos it was boiling. And when i forgot to apply insect repellant my skin would become red and even start to itch and swell!!
I used to feel guilty slacking because everyone was suffering. But yesterday i had nothing for dinner (Sentry duty!!). Tried eating last summex.. and i think the stuff in cookhouse near my bunk is much better! Sighhh. Instructors are pesky and evil. A lot of preparations needed too. And it's also quite fun to worry about how u are going to get hold of the generator which you (and 1 other) need to carry 5 stories before you can do anything. Sobsob.

note to shirli: Your college sounds very very much like paradise, heaven, and many other nirvanas!! Enjoy. Though i dun imagine you will appreciate much. Your college is also humane.. and don't worry about 5-6 redeployments!!! OR Wednesday midnight turnouts!!! When will i leave?

Note to others: blog about army/ whatever!=)