*Blink* … … … *blink*
Hello everyone. If you’re reading this (and by the webcounting machine about two to three thousand people still are each month), you might be surprised to be seeing some activity here on the blog.
Well maybe I’m surprised too. It’s been a long hiatus, almost six years… but I’ve decided. It has to come back. I’ve got to start writing again. I need to.
Not because I’m good at writing, and not because my opinion is any more or less valid than anyone else’s opinions out there… but because *I* need to. I’ve got stuff to say and this is the best way I know how to get it out there.
So I’ve defibrillated the blog. I will be pumping it full of enough Epi to achieve ROSC in a carrot over the next few weeks or months and hopefully I’m going to see a survival to discharge benefit with a high enough CPC score that you’ll not only read this post, you’ll read some more.
I’ll be refreshing everything, repurposing old content and removing some of the fluff and low-effort posts from the last decade or so. I’d really like to focus on EMS and my perspective of being one of the older guys out there still doing it. Back in 2009 when I started this blog, I wasn’t exactly young and idealistic… and now 11 years later I’m even less young… but maybe still a bit idealistic.
If you’re reading this, thank you. Check back. Find me on the social media and yell at me to keep this going. I need the support and you don’t know how much I appreciate it.
Thanks everyone. I’m calling it. This unit is Back in Service. Returning.