Stopping by Kleber Kaserne today, I found that I was not in their system. Somehow, I had never been added to this particular community on in-processing when I returned from downrange in 2004. And you can’t out-process someone who is not there.
I wish this meant that I could skip the whole ordeal, but it was not to be the case. Instead, what was to be 30 minutes wound up drawn out to almost an hour. But I have clearing papers. Even more importantly than that – I have an appointment with CIF to rid myself of all the heavy duty field gear.
I mentioned the recertification module?
Today, by taking advantage of a printer at the medical library, on line reference materials, Google, and some decent guesses I managed to finish 40 of the 60 questions. At home I managed another 10. This left me with the hardest 10. Those that did not make any sense, even with the reference materials right there in front of me.
But we managed – my support system and I.
Either tomorrow if I have 2 hours of quiet time (or Saturday if I don’t) I will get through the practice module and meet this year’s dead line.
The WIPs are getting done!
I finished up the wristwarmers while sitting around waiting for appointments.
As is the Funnel Neck Sweater. Now the problem is going to be who is going to wear it?
As it turns out, none of us really like it!
Then I moved on the Valley Jacket.
Not bad for today.
Now, my problem is that none of the projects left is particularly portable….