Here we go again.
Rain. Lately a real bane to my existence. Ever since the injury and repair I have had to deal with perpetual stiffness and discomfort that refuses to go away when there is low pressure.
I hate it. Never did I expect to voice a feeling like that about anything, especially when it has to do with domething I have absolutely no control over. But there it is.
Had a busy few days working. The weekend was a totally sleep-deprived workathon, including a long-distance critical care transport of an 8 year-old male with a tracheostomy. He was returned to the long-term care facility he lives at after having his tonsils removed. Apparently he had a lot of difficulty with secretions in his airways and it was thought he would have less with the tonsillectomy. I guess nobody thought about the aftermath becuase he still had secretions and he still needed to have his airway suctioned periodically. But he wasn't on a ventilator. That made things a little easier to deal with.
I worked at the track for the first racing day on Sunday. Met two of the new employees, James and Thatcher. Good guys. James has been around, Thatcher has not. It will be a challenge to get him trained because he is so new. But I am not worried; it will just take time.
Tonight I am working at Goffstown Fire and teaching at the same time. It should be interesting. I will hope for no calls during class. Heat emergencies, bugs and critters, that sort of thing. All I have to do is finish up the PowerPoint presentation I'm working on.
Dry weather is supposed to be back by Saturday. Until then I'll have to suck it up. Do you think I can? And, I am just glad I don't live somewhere where rain is a way of life. Otherwise life would be miserable indeed...