About

Hi! I’m Conni, an engineer with a degree from the University of Oklahoma, a professional engineering license from South Carolina, and more adventures and stories to tell than you can imagine. I currently reside in Oklahoma and work for one of those ‘major’ aerospace companies.

My mother always used to tell me to write a book about my career, but at that time I was in my twenties and thirties and I had other things on my plate. Well, mom, it’s not a book, but this blog is intended to share the funny and sometimes poignant scenes that make up this play called a career.

I publish twice a week, on Sundays and Thursdays.

Got a comment? Don’t hold back. I’d love to hear other stories from educators, students and scientists and engineers.

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5 Responses to About

  1. HM says:

    You are a great writer. And I thought you only made PPT charts. I enjoyed your postings, a unique and interesting point of view. Glad I started reading them at the beginning.

    HM

  2. Devereaux says:

    what is a STEM?

  3. HM says:

    I finally had some time to get back to your stories. You are soooo funny. One day you should put a book together with these stories with a catchy title about professional women. I had fun getting through March.

    By the way, some time you should have me tell you the history of text devices at Rockwell.

    • I’m glad you are enjoying the blog, Howard. I’m hoping this goes ‘prime time’. We’ll just wait and see. I look forward to hearing about your Rockwell story.

      Thanks for your comment and for reading!

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