The flight to Orlando was relatively short and I took the opportunity as I made random glance at the university crest embedded on my tie and jacket to be grateful for my tertiary institution. So frequently we consume ourselves with all the negative attributes we don’t have time to say thanks for the fact that for every UTech Student there are at least 8 other equally qualified applicant who had to be denied to give us that right to say we belong to UTech. The institution host a number of factors that has made it a premiere institution of choice for CARICOM nationals but even if the ratio of accepted student to total applicant is the only reason to appreciate the institution, I humbly ask God to give me the grace to make those students proud and cherish the UTech Brand the way they would if they had been given the opportunity.
|Rainy route to Orlando|
The flight to Orlando was cold and rainy and the combination of rain + floating above the clouds exceed reasons to give God thanks for life. It was simply amazing to watch the thick dark cloud kiss the sunshine beyond the horizon in the distant. The flight was short lived and one hour later we were again preparing for immigration and clearing our soon to be infamous robot. My next post will introduce our robot in full details for the very first time.