The first few days as an ambassador to eUruguay have come and gone and I feel no more educated about this country than I did when I signed up for the job. I first attempted to contact the President, Daniel Gardel. I tried to contact him but the letter was lost in the mail (most likely since I have no record of sending it), I only found that out though after a few days of waiting of reply, thinking the whole time I may have done a terrible job of introducing myself and am going to get nowhere in my new job.
How do you introduce yourself as an ambassador anyways? how do I convince people I harbor no ill intentions in a short concise letter. My month in ePeru has taught me some things about South America, but not nearly enough that I am the most qualified person for ambassador, hell, I don't even speak Spanish enough to formulate an understandable sentence. I have to write a weekly report about this country and I can't even read the newspapers, let alone the forums.
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