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Trent and me at 36 & 2. 🙂
We finally took Orson and Trent downtown to visit the Arch. Despite the long wait I think they had a good time. Orson was especially excited to see train bridges once he got to the top. Afterward we had a nice dinner at Dewey’s Pizza in Kirkwood. A tiring but really fun day with the family.
Fun-filled day at Grant’s Farm feeding the friendly goats.
A quick jaunt to the Laumeier Sculpture Park.
This picture really speaks for itself.
Turns out snot and sandboxes really aren’t a desirable combination.
So just a little background; I started working for my current employer back in December 2007. Their reporting was a mess, as were some other things, but now we’ve got a brand-new, from scratch data warehouse. Our internal team worked with an external team to build it out and it transitioned over to us officially maybe a month or so ago. Now that we’ve got it, we’re uncovering a few things that need to be fixed or re-engineered. We expected that; it was a tight deadline and we were already aware of certain areas that would required our attention once the transition occurred. Continue reading “No Rest for the Wicked”