We should have had a fair amount of rain, but as is the norm with our trips, none of it materialised, so we were not even unduly wet. Add in the new TV and an aerial connector on the power post and we could even catch a bit of Come Dine With Me for an hour in the afternoon. Now, I need to explain this. As campers turned 'vanners, we vowed not to introduce twenty-first century technology* to our weekends away, and I know that, were they dead**, that Brad and Angelina would be turning in their graves, but the truth be told, adding a tiny weeny little bit of TV to the mix has only enhanced our experience, with no loss of the really important stuff like losing the Maggots for hours, eating egg baps followed by tea and cake and winning, or in this instance losing, at Canasta.
On the work front, I am now 80% on my new account, and staring to get embedded in all the meetings. It will take some time until I have sufficient local knowledge to be useful, but that will come in time, and my boss is reaching out to various bits of the account team to provide some on-the-spot training for me in various aspects including the contract and architectural standards. Exciting stuff, I know, and I can almost feel my life force leaving me as we speak. Joking apart, this is critical stuff for me to get sufficient appreciation to be able to lead the team. I can do all the soft leadership stuff I think, it is just the technical/contractual leadership that will take a bit of time to master. Luckily, I will be getting a handover from an expert, and the only issue will be getting enough of his time to do so quickly.
Have a good week, speak later.
===================================* OK, so maybe most of it is twentieth century
** Both are, you will be pleased to hear, in rude health, so this imagery is used purely for effect, so no offence meant B&E