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My last week of work at GD was hectic as hell. But you'd think with an entire week off last week, I would have found time to post something. To be honest, I didn't spend much time with Jenova last week. I read a lot, enjoyed the nice weather, caught up on some projects I've had on hold forever, and watched the entire first season of House. A couple times I was going to sit down an start writing my "swan song" post about leaving my first after-college job, but now that my new job has started, that feels kind of silly. Suffice it to say that I left on good terms with everyone, I'm grateful for the opportunities that I was given there, but it was time to move on. My new job is pretty awesome so far. I got "introduced" to everyone, which mostly involved saying hello to everyone I already knew and meeting like 4 new people. I counted our employee list today - there are 29 of us. My old boss, who is now my co-worker, gave me a crash course in my new projects today. I'm not sure how much I absorbed, but I took a of of notes, and kept all his pretty sketches, so hopefully I'll at least be able to recall what he was talking about later on. Reminded me a lot of college, only way more fun. I know it won't be that way forever, but compared to the pace I was just on, it's a welcome change. Hooray for my new job!

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  • I'm Rev. Adam
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