Monday, June 19, 2006

Disclaimer...

I have been found. After writing for almost a year a local blogroll has found me. They say nothing but kind words, so I don't think I'm offening anybody. If I am please, let me know. I might not care, but you can still let me know. The system I work for is a great system. I wear my paramedic patch on my arm with pride. The job I do for my city is hard, sometimes thankless, back breaking work. But I love it. I also enjoy writing my blog. Letting the public into my world, a world of sometimes dark and sometimes enteraining, but always interesting stories and people. Because of the nature of the job, my writing sometimes walks a fine line. I feel that if anything is wrong or if I let on too much, I would be told. I was told once to delete a post that gave too much. Which I did the moment I was told.

So right now, Im gonna take this post and repeat what I say in my profile. I change, alter or compleatly leave out ALL idenifing information about patients, patients family, medical info, even places. Also all opinions are mine and mine alone. I hope that some of what I say is representation of the system I work for, We are a group of kind, caring people. Yeah, we do sometimes have a twisted sense of humor. But really, look at what we do, we have to or else we couldn't see what we see, do what we do, without going nuts. So feel confident, lowcountry, we know what we are doing. The paramedics that are in the back of the ambulance with your mother, father, daughter, son are highly trained medical professionals. Treat us as such is really all I ask of you, the public we care for. So Enjoy my blog...

4 comments:

chucker said...

Welcome to the Lowcountry blog roll. I have been reading your entries and they are fascinating.

My older daughter is a police officer...and a stand-up comic. She tries to keep them separate but one day, after appearing on a local San Francisco morning show and talking about comedy, she arrested a young man and he recognized her! He said "Hey, you're that comic cop." She replied "so laugh all the way to the station. Watch your head," as she placed him in the back of the squad car.

Pam said...

Welcome as well - your photographs and stories are wonderful.

painter in hiding said...

Thank you guys. I'll keep writing

Heather said...

I enjoy your blog, keep it up. Welcome to the blog roll.