Decided to take it very easy this weekend. BBQ some steaks and have baked potato and corn on the cob. That was the perfect dinner for a Memorial Day Weekend.
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I think that my efforts to change my ways here at work for my supervisor has paid off. He assigned me an intern for the summer to learn the processes and the paperwork involved with Manufacturing Engineering. This is a process I am very good at. I wasn’t sure what to do at first but when I found out about his experience (not much) I decided to let him write the process sheets for all the broach, finish mill and polish operations where we are lacking. This is very true with the broach and polish operations for Pratt Canada. When I communicated this to my supervisor he thought it was a great idea.
Memorial day was always just before school ended for the year and we would head to the cabin for the next three months. Greg Anderson, Glenn Jenkins, Bill McEwen, Brian Helgeson, Barbara Jenkins, Lori Hudson, Sandy Earl, Pam Hofer, Anne Peterson were among friends we would have up with us at the cabin.
Joining us up there were the Remeley’s, Roy and Marion with Kris their youngest daughter. Kris would at times bring friends with her, one of which was Clarise who I always had a serious crush on. They, Kris and Clarise were older than us but we spent a lot of time in the water swimming together.
This past week Carrie and I were talking about purchasing a vehicle for her to drive when she is out here. I told her I would ask Daryl to look out for an everyday drive type of vehicle which would be relatively inexpensive. Right away he told me he had a Ford Explorer, Eddie Bauer edition (2001) that he said was valued at $3,500.00 and he would sell it to me for $2,000.00. Thank you Lord for answering my prayers.