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Mon, 29 Apr 2002

I'm now in my second full week back on the job at WorldCom. It's good to be back; not only do I feel somewhat vindicated for holding out on the drug test issue, I now have a larger workspace (an office I share with a QA Analyst) with a window.

This weekend, seeing as now I have income, I bought some supplies for the house. The top priority is installing balusters on the outside staircases. This is because two of my children have slid through the railing, which currently has no vertical protection. My middle child suffered a concussion and many bruises when she fell.

My oldest and I spent part of Saturday afternoon cutting lumber, drilling holes, and driving screws. It's amazing how much more helpful he is now than just six months ago. We finished installing about five linear feet of ballisters in about two hours.

I've finished yet another University of Phoenix class. My learning team and I turned in and presented our final project on Thursday. This was a monster project, requiring many extra hours to complete because we had to implement and document all of the techniques we've accumulated over the past two years to finish the project. And we had to do it within the usual five-week timeframe. As of now, our grades aren't posted. I'm anticipating an "A" or "A-"; but you never can tell.

posted at: 19:30 |

Marc Elliot Hall St. Peters, Missouri 

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