Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
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First day at work

So I only found out I was going in today at midnight last night, and I slept on the sofa again since my snoring was keeping rjk awake, but despite being tired it wasn't a bad start back at work at all. Much of it was given over to running windowsupdate and virus checking on my desktop and clearing 6 months' backlog of mail. But we had time to go through how the virus filtering is working these days and for me to get to grip with the new wiki they've got in the computing group and to use it to document when I'd just learned. Back at 9:30 tomorrow, and I'm feeling pretty positive about the whole thing at the moment. The lovely weather possibly helps!
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