DailyAfirmation (dailyafirmation) wrote,

Questions, questions, questions...

I was bombarded with questions today about ISO and process, mostly from the west coast folks, Greg and BT. While it feels good to be sought out as the expert, it's hard to get things done when I'm interrupted with questions all day.

The two-hour process education given by John S. in Austin via e-meeting was excellent. I was so riveted by all of the information that I didn't even want to leave the office during the 2.5 hour conference call / e-meeting to get printouts I needed for the meeting.

The meeting ended at 1:30. From 2-3, I met with BT, Greg, and Stacy (Randy was out sick), and did a dry-run through the next meeting we're going to have with Marilyn.

Mel had a department meeting from 3-4, and it turned out to be very cool. Everyone went around and talked about "their history" with IBM, and it was so interesting. I was surprised to find out that three of us had left IBM and returned. I thought I was the only one.

During Kurt's turn, he talked about getting his Master's Degree in Technical Communications from NCSU. This really piqued my interest -- enough to print off the program before leaving work for the day. I'm going to talk to him about it.

I ended up going out to Trailer Trash Night at about 11:00. Andre showed up not too long after I arrived, and talked my ear off for at least 45 minutes, if not an hour. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah! I also spoke with Ross for a little while. I left as soon as the show started with that highly obnoxious "Trixie" as the emcee. God, she grates on my nerves.

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