Chapter 10

Chapter 10

The Ambulance Chronicles
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:: Monday, August 10, 2009 ::

Here we go, at it again?

So it's been seven months or so since I last posted. Why start again all of the sudden? Ann said, "Why don't you ever post anymore?" Here we go.

First, a little update. We live in Oklahoma again, back in our house. I no longer work for the physician staffing company; I work for Muskogee County EMS now. I finally got hired to work on an ambulance. I awfully excited about it. It's a bit stressful sometimes but still enjoyable.

I am enrolled for school again at Northeastern State University. I have changed my major, though. It used to be Education with history, but it is now cellular biology. Why? It interests me and its good for pre-med. Maybe more of the latter.

I guess that's about it for the updates.

So far this isn't like my normal posts. I guess my muse is missing tonight. We'll see if it comes back. To be honest, I think about blogging all the time while on the ambulance but when it comes down to put it on paper (or computer), it escapes me. Actually, while driving a moron from his house to the hospital with the floor of the ambulance covered in vomit, I had an awesome post thought up. "10 reasons to not call an ambulance."

As you can see, that post hasn't come to fruition.

I encounter quite a few things on an ambulance. When you work on the streets (sometimes literally) and your "customers" are the derelict, destitute, and down right stupid people of society, you have a few things to go home and laugh about to your family. The derelict are sometimes the funniest. I can't count how many times I have been cursed at by little old ladies. ("Shut up you. Let Betty talk!") And how many times old dudes have decided to strip their clothes and let their dangles dangle all over the place.

Honestly, you just have to laugh.

I can't wait to start this blog up again. Just sitting here I'm thinking of all the funny stuff I have gone through in my short five months of working. Oh so long left to go.

This is going to be an interesting chapter.

:: Ben 7:43 PM [+] ::
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