Oh, The Insanity

Wow. This is an insane business.

Blame it all on Blaine. I’m here through Sunday night, and now it looks like they’ll be shipping me off to North Carolina Monday morning. Then back to NY for map training Feb 28-Mar 3rd (downtown, this time, if I have anything to say about it). And they’re floating the word “Dallas” around a lot more lately.

My brain is pretty fried, as we’ve been talking about microwave engineering all day, and I’m not an engineer. I don’t think I actually believed them when they said this was really what they were going to make my job into: flying into a bunch of cities and setting up project support and document controls for all of our wireless projects.

I’m ordering some traveling weights. I’m heading to dinner now, then to the gym…. I’m starting to understand why all of these guys are packing around an extra 80lbs. We do nothing but work really late hours and live out of hotels and eat crap food.

I might have something more interesting to say later, after food and workout endorphins have kicked in. Right now, I’m out of it. Need to make travel arrangements for downtown tomorrow, too. We’ve got jam-packed meetings, and I’ve already pronounced rather loudly that I’m out of there by 5pm, cause I’ve got a dinner meeting downtown.

I’m definately not doing this for more than a year. In fact, the next time I get some breathing space, I’m calling my recruiter. Seriously. I’m not getting paid enough. I do, in fact, have an actual life *outside* of work, which requires me to *spend time doing it.*

Damn, I’m hungry. Gotta run.

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