It seems that it's been a while since we left KL, but heck.. its just Thursday! Time passes by very the fast and we didn't realize it till today because we were just busy collecting signatures.
Updates for today - from Alor Setar, we drove on to Kangar and went to the Pekan Batu Pahat Scouts Centre. At the centre, there was about 70 of them who was eager for our car to arrive and they were quite happy to see us as we were excited to see them. :) When the Rangers reached the scouts camp, we were really touched and surprised that they actually prepared a welcome banner with the Telur Mobile on it!
Not only the support that we have received from them, but also it feels good for us to actually talk to the group and also receiving a lot of interest from them on what is the cause all about. Ok, before I continue.. Most of you would know that I'm 26 years of age. What I'm trying to say here is that you don't need to be a mature age to start on something (ie a cause, an action.. anythinglah), if you feel like it.. just do it!
For example our dear lil Adam last night. A 3 year old boy managed to get 12 signatures in less than 20 minutes!
Back to our updates for today, we spent quite a while at the Scouts camp as the participants were quite interested on listening to what the Rangers had to say.. seriously, we felt so motivated with the support that we have received and so far, its been a good 2 days!
As we were in town in Kangar, we were recommended to go to the Kuala Perlis jetty to catch some of the crowd there. The best thing about being in Kuala Perlis is they have a darn good range of seafood places over there.. so we're stuffed. =)
After dinner, the Rangers was actually at the seafood court car park to get more signatures and the response was really awesome! Out of all who replied to this cause, we did not get much rejection on the Egg=Life campaign. Everyone who we approached was all excited about the cause! What makes me feel so touched was one of the girls from the gerai actually came after me as i was about to leave and asked me whether she can have some forms so that she can help. Her name is Ila and she's from Kuala Perlis. I asked her a question, why was she so interested to help the Telur Rangers. And she said:
"When you guys came and talked to us, I just felt like I need to do something. It's my birthday tomorrow and I want to be a part of something special. Thanks to you all, I found that special thing!"
So guys, if someone who is a stranger to me and strongly supported the cause that I was doing.. isn't that exciting news? So when will be your turn? ;D
Okay, need to sleep now. Early day tomorrow!