Monthly Review - March 2018

Personally, the month of March, started with me again starting to keep a daily journal on Journey App and I've been pretty much consistently journaling since then, though mostly very short journal entires. I also improved my blogging habit by keeping up with microblog with a daily microblogging. Speaking about microblogging, I also set up a custom domain there.

Health front, I had physiotherapy sessions almost entire month, extending from initial 8 sessions to 16 sessions. Out of the 16 sessions, I had completed 10 sessions during the month of March and another 6 sessions carrying forward in April. These sessions seemed to have relieved the cervical pain, almost totally disappearing. I also had to do a few excersises as prescribed by the Therapist. I also had an appointment with the Neuro-Spinal surgeon on March 19th and according to him my right hand was weaker than the left hand. Hence the extension of physiotherapy. During the visit the nursing sister checked my BP and it was 127/64

My birthday was on the 25th. So, on the 24th, we hosted lunch & drinks to Ravee & family and Lasa. It was indeed a simple & quiet gathering. In the spiritual front, though I haven't been going to church regularly since January this year, I made it up on Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Prior that we also hosted prayer meeting at home on Thursday before.

From the work front, it was not at all a good start to the month, having to pull back an software enhancement that I was very much excited and looking forward to. It brought me lots of stress in the 1st weekend of the month and had to make quick business decision to mitigate the impact to day to day operations. On a more positive note though, the SPML loading trial on A380, which I project managed went on well as planned in the week of 4th to 11th March 2018. One of the highlights was that for the first time ever, I initiated seeking feedback from our Catering Partners about the trial from their perspective. The feedback received was good. During the month, I also spent quite a bit of time, specially on Wednesdays in the kitchen, which helped me to achieve a few of my work goals.

  • Starting of Weekly Ops Meeting.
  • Equipment Serviceability Presentation.
  • Plastic Lids trial.
  • Bar Coding UAT session with EGS.

Earlier in the month, I also facilitated a kitchen tour for a the Cabin Crew, in covering up for the person who actually does it as he was reportedly off-sick.

As for the month of April, we are looking forward to having Stephie coming home for her spring vacation for little less than 3 weeks. There aren't any other plans for now, though the annual picnic of the church folks is scheduled for next weekend, which I might also consider participating.