This is where rubber meets the road. 8 hours left. That's one shift in normal, working hours. But we're far from normal. We push through, adapt and overcome. 16 hours isn't anything we can't handle. We're just starting to warm up. Earlier in the day, we checked in with all of our leads to get a blueprint for their 24 hours. Now that we're well beyond the halfway point and slowly starting to creep to the finish line, where are we at? Is everything coming together, or is it quickly becoming a debacle? Judge for yourself.
Mark is not only an extremely talented engineer, he is also an early candidate for parent of the year 2033. Congratulations Mark, well deserved. You just can't bridle the enthusiasm of a man in classy pajama bottoms. Speaking of classy pajama bottoms, stay tuned for our next post regarding the beautiful new micro-site for our friends at Rebuilding Together Peninsula.