Now that the holidays have come and gone and the kids Vacation is over, it's time to get our feet back on the ground and continue on with our lives. Our next step is summer vacation, and as a mom I am looking forward to the days of laying around, dinner at 8 if I want to serve it, bed at 10 and not have to worry about getting up early to get the kids ready for school and out the door. It will be like every weekend.... BUT .. then comes my "job" as an EMT, where if anything things tend to go a little crazy! Everything is for grabs. Not one thing will be missed as an EMT this summer.
Where I live it turns into a summer resort type of place. We have the shopping centers, and aquarium, a huge resort ( attached to the aquarium ... the resort is brand new this year,,, gee can not wait to see what the calls are going to be like from there this summer ) .. we also have a water park, beaches, summer houses and so much more.. Nothing left to the imagination. Though with all those people and summer fun comes ton's of car accidents, fights, drunks, drugs, injuries and so much more. There are times on my night where we do not stop ... I mean there is a call after a call. As much as I LOVE being an EMT ... there are times where honestly I just want to collapse.. it can take a toll on you emotionally and physically. Where you have to walk away and say "this is it .. enough is enough, I need a break" and people have had to do that. Though personally I do not know if I will ever get that way, But there are DAY'S where I would love to just rest at least 15 minutes before another call goes out .. LOL ( ONLY 15 minutes is all I ask .. LOL )
Well You never know .. I do enjoy riding .. I look forward to my Sat nights. Some mom's look forward to the kids going to bed and her relaxing on a sat evening with her friends or loved one .. where me .. I look forward to the world and the 911 calls .. ( Crazy right ? )
Well I am just rambeling tonight ... nothing to the extream to report this evening and so I will end my blog with this thought ....
"No matter what if you are fighting with your loved one or not, as they walk out the door tell them you love them" You never know when you will see them again. (This thought comes from an MVA we had months ago )