08 April 2007


Sorry once again I haven't written much recently. I am really trying to get myself on the right track. Let's just say I'm having some life problems right now. Or something.

But I do almost have a story. Not about a call per-say....but a dream. I had a dream in my like 1/2 hour of sleep about a call. It was a full arrest. All out-CPR, rhythms, starting lines, pushing drugs, etc. It was like a mega-code in medic school. Haha. It didn't really bother me until I got to the firehouse this morning...I think bother is the wrong word. Maybe concern. I was talking with my partner and he was like, oh shit! I had a dream that I was doing CPR! So yeah. Hopefully it doesn't come true today. I would like a nice (insert "s" word) day :).


Anonymous kingmagic said...

Glad you,re back.
Hope you are getting plenty of backup from crew-mates etc.

When I had probs (marriage, life etc) I always remembered my family motto:
"Semper In Faciebus, Sumus Sole Profundum Variat!"

translates: "We,re always in the shit, its just the depth that varies!"

Welcome back...

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Remember-Head tilt chin lift then....lol

Blogger Lifeguard326 said...

I have had the same type of dreams, ussualy on the night befor I go back to work. I thinks its the way my brain gettis its self ready for what ever may come...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's al; in your days work I guess. It happens.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's al; in your days work I guess. It happens.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's all in a days work right?. It happens.


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