Friday, June 4, 2010

Work and The Mall

This was my first week of work at the US Access Board and my supervisors are Susan Little and Charles Washington. This week they had me assist in fixing a loop system in their new conference room on the 8th floor. I was looking for a break in the copper wiring under carpet so that we could patch it and get the loop system working properly so that they could continue with the installation of the tables and A/V equipment. Charles has me reading Symantec Backup Exec so that I can learn how to do server backups. I’m getting my own office on Monday, which is exciting for me because I’m use to not having an office at all so this is a big change of pace.
Went to the outlet mall and went exploring outside of D.C with roommate Justin and my friend Emily. The mall was fun but the outskirts of Washington D.C. but I just enjoy driving around because that is my therapy, because I race and work on cars so not being able to race kind of a disappointment but what are you going to do, if anybody knows of any race tracks let me know. The trip was a success but I spent too much money, which sucked, but it was well worth it because I’ve already got some compliment on my new dress shirts.

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