Monthly Archives: June 2012

At the River

I write sitting on the banks of “our” river on the back boundary of our farm. I am the only one here. The weather continues to be idyllic. The river is low and rolls lazily in front of me, in … Continue reading

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“Field Day!”

I am an amateur radio operator licensed by the FCC since 1993. Most people know us as “ham” radio operators (NOT to be confused with CB). Each year, on the last full weekend of June, most operators participate in Field … Continue reading

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“No Man Left Behind”

Yesterday morning I went to physical fitness training with my squadron at 0645. I have a love-hate relationship with this activity. I hate the training but I love the setting and what happens there during the session. In the Spring, … Continue reading

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Fits Like a Glove

Today I cared for a patient in an ICU I had never practiced in before. I was at home, comfortable and content. The nurses were superb and we were in full banter within 10 minutes — they essentially telling me … Continue reading

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Free at Last!

I am sorry to inflict this upon you but I need to share it. Today, I took my last fitness assessment test for the military. I passed. I am thoroughly relieved. I can now work on separation without the Sword … Continue reading

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