I did get up just before it was over to talk to another worker in the office (she and I were the only ones who didn't "run" out). Then, evacuated the building to make sure everything was safe to come in. Kinda messy. Ceiling tiles fell, many monitors fell too. I think some things in the plant weren't right because most of the plant workers left for the day shortly after. The phone lines in the building were down for a bit, and EVERYONES cell phones wouldn't work. I know most was due to literally millions of people trying to call each other, but also, AT&T/Cingular did have issues due to the quake. That made it really difficult for me, as I couldn't get a hold of the kid. I was more stressed about talking to her than of the quake itself!
Alas, I did find out she was ok and actually helped out at daycare with the younger kids to keep them calm.. She is such a cool kid. Love Her!
Oh, and I heard that a friend of mine was giving birth right about the same time. Can you imagine?!?!
Anyway, so that's about it for the earthquake. I am actually in the epicenter of it. Literally. So it really was kinda cool. :) And, besides that event, nothing much happening lately.. Just enjoying the kid and chillin'.