The sun is shining, the music is good, the traffic is light, and the patients aren’t too sick. Altogether, it’s a pretty nice day to be a medic in my corner of the world. (For now, of course. )
The weather was forecast to be nice today, so I was eager to get the motorcar out for a run on the Cotton Valley rails. Yesterday I installed my foot clutch conversion. The hardest part was drilling the hole in the tunnel for the shaft to pass through. The hand clutch lever had a return […]
Tuesday in between work and more work; errands; sleep time off worth lost days
Took Beth to the Museum of Science today. She loved it! She called the planetarium show ‘awesome!’. She also loved the pendulum. We also placed a new letterbox containing my first hand-carved stamp.
Sold Ericka’s Denali today, not a moment too soon. The darn thing developed a flat this morning while doing errands, and I managed to damage the tire beyond repair. At least it didn’t go flat on the Tobin. We wish the new owner the best of luck, but I’m glad to have it out of […]
Spent the day letterboxing with Beth. We found 5 and couldn’t find a sixth due to the snow.
Well, I’m already failing at this diary thing. 🙂 Yesterday’s thought:It’s good to be home.
Interesting OT back in Lynn.
I read a blog post the other day which made a simple diary suggestion: write one sentence about each day. You will be surprised to see how it adds up. I'm not sure I can keep to one sentence, though. In keeping with the short & simple goal, here's a haiku. Slow day ambulanceComfy couch, […]
I’ve searched high and low for this information, and I couldn’t find it online. After I figured it out myself, I thought I should share. A recent annoyance with our cars has been the lack of AUX-in jacks for my iPod/iPhone. I’ve experimented with RF modulators, and I hate them. None of the ones I’ve […]