On the work front...its been absolutely INSANE! Here's the rundown:
- June 8-11th -- I traveled to our manufacturing facility in Maine. It was a productive trip, but as usual, it got me a little behind in my work.
- June 13th-19th -- I traveled to Durham University in the United Kingdom for a training class for work. Seeing as it was my first trip overseas, I was a little bit nervous about it. I have a ton of pictures and had a good time over there. I didn't have a ton of time to do sight-seeing, but at least got some done.
- Since I've been back, my workload has doubled....one of the 3 local engineers in my group decided to move to another group. So for our team we have 2 local engineers and about 10 in India & Mexico. Unfortunately, the other local engineer here is tied up 100% with a certain project, so I'm pretty much left with everything else. So I'm now working 2 New Technology projects, 3 full turbine designs (2 of them have design schedules lining right up next to each other which is driving me nuts), drawing quality initiatives, corrective action board activities, and design article activities. Basically its like doing 3 engineering jobs in one...and only getting paid for one.