Curtis did a bit of work as soon as he woke up.
He had to check the migrations he started overnight and, unsurprisingly, some of it had not worked.
Curtis got to work and had to figure out what the problem was and how to prevent it happening again. Curtis spent all day answering questions post migration as well as trying to get the migration for one team’s folder in particular to work, but it did not.
As he couldn’t get it to work, he investigated the issue and figured out the problem, which should be mitigated by completing the transfer on Friday instead.
A second set of migrations had to take place today as well, but they went very smoothly, which was excellent!
Curtis had to help with desk moves at his office and then headed out at 16:30 to walk up and meet Kim.
When Kim got in she started on her reconciliations straight away. This was only for 30 minutes as she and a colleague agreed to run to the liquor store to place a larger order to deliver for Friday for the function on Monday.
After this they caught up on some time to go over a few things like a stationary order and what to change the catering from and to.
They also went over a stationary order where Kim order stuff for all of the upcoming events, pencils and water colours for Diwali, a flip chart for the meeting next week and some other office items.
As one of Kim’s teammates is due to go on maternity leave soon the team arranged a group manicure or pedicure followed by lunch.
It was so nice to relax and talk about everything not work related. It was extra funny because in the nail place they had Jack Whitehalls TV show where he holidays with his dad on and everyone found it hilarious!
After lunch Kim got straight back into reconciliations to try and sort all of that out, but once she finished one card that required a few phone calls, she realised she had to sort a few other things out before she left.
Kim then ordered all the upcoming food for this week including the weekly Thursday pizzas and the monthly social talks pizzas.
She then wrote up a few emails and sent them off before she leaves for 2 days! She met Curtis downstairs to start their holidays!
Flying To Portland!
We met at Kim’s work and then walked to the train station.
Kim was able to get a seat, which was a win on such a busy train!
The train took 45 minutes to get us to the airport, but that gave us perfect time to chat about our day.
We got to the airport and found the correct check-in area, but luckily we had already checked in, so we just went right to security.
The terminal was absolutely empty, so security was fast, but then we got to US immigration, which was also fast, luckily!
There weren’t many people in the departures either, so we just wandered around.
There wasn’t much to see or do, so we just sat at the game and chilled, waiting for the flight.
We got 2 trams to get from the airport to our hotel, which is in downtown Portland.
We got checked in and went and got some quick food as we were quite hungry and then we went back to the hotel to chill!
We’re in Portland for a concert, which is tomorrow, so we have most of the day to do stuff tomorrow and then a bit of time on Thursday morning before we fly back home.
Mr & Mrs Hale