So last night I was conducting web research (by which I mean watching funny web videos while I was supposed to be doing homework) when I got even more bored and yesÖ I googled my web-enabled alter ego name ďCkemtpĒ. Predictably, after wading through all of the Japanimation, German Star Trek Fan Fiction, and ďMiscellaneousĒ links, I found a link to a post of mine on www.FireGeezer.com Ė It was to ďThe Medics are RevoltingĒ and it just so happens that the post was my first post on this new blog site.
Or, I should say, ďMy one year old blogĒ.
Happy Blogoversary. I didnít know that Iíd been ranting on this particular site for a year thus far. StrangeÖ but it doesnít seem that long at all. Wow.
I read the post and remembered exactly how I was feeling when I wrote it. Itís pretty easy to remember, because in a lot of measurable ways, I still feel that frustration. However, after spending a year as the Head Blogger In Charge (HBIC) here at LUTL I can say that Iíve gotten a lot of positive energy from the readers who have bought in, thrown down, and otherwise participated in the growing discussion that the other bloggers out there and I have been passionately trying to foster.
Itís been a heck of a year, no question.
So I give you my first post on this incarnation of Life Under the Lights, ďThe Medics are RevoltingĒ
I figure that Iíll probably be writing on topics similar to this for some time to come. Thanks for paying attention, Iím honored and humbled that youíre here. Thank you all.
Also!! Wait!! Before you click the link above this one, I gotta ask you a questionÖ Notice anything different?
Thatís right. Real EMS bloggers go pink.
This is a movement started by @Epi_junky at EMS Expo and also on her blog (Do I even need to say it?) PinkWarm(and)Dry.com then further championed by our friend The Happy Medic and the Chronicles of EMS team. Lots of bloggers are decidedly more Rouge these days in support of Boobies.
†Read the post that started this all: http://pinkwarmdry.com/2010/10/02/passionate-for-pink/