As you may know, I’ve recently returned from a deployment to Iraq. Before I left for my deployment, I was informed that I would be reassigned to a different job and base here in the Capital Region. Even upon my return from Iraq, I immediately started the process to change jobs and move to my new base. But during my reconstitution time over the holidays, big Air Force decided that I would be a much better fit at my old job – at my old base. So I sit here in the same office, at the same desk I left in May. 2011 has already thrown me a curveball and we’re just 11 days into the new year. This curveball, however, is not that bad. As I ponder and prepare for my upcoming retirement from the military (as early as November 2011), I think this old desk and job are not a bad place to be. Now if they’d just get the heat on in the building, my first day back at work in a month would be not bad at all.
New Year, Old Job
Published by Todd Frommeyer for Knox County Commission
Retired Air Force JAG, former Navy Russian linguist, former consumer financial regulator, political junkie View all posts by Todd Frommeyer for Knox County Commission