You TEASE!—As Only a Flight Nurse Can
You pervs!!!! . . . I knew it would make you look.
Okay, now that the apologies are complete and I have at least read all of my email, I will tease you with a bit of what is brewing up here in crzegrl, flight nurse land.
Before I begin, however, may I interest you in a bit of HEMS porn????
Isn’t our new Sikorsky S-76 C++ just gorgeous? The aircraft made the front page of the local paper, so I do believe my freeze on photos of our new helicopter has been lifted. If not, oh, well . . . sorry Gene. I just couldn’t stand it any longer! JC (pilot) took this while we were on a scene flight a few weeks ago. More on “Split Second Decisions” later this week.
“More! More! MORE! Please, Ms. crzegrl?”
Alright. Although no one has actually begged, Marky and I did shoot some video for “From the Flight Nurse’s Seat” vLog.
Unfortunately the score is MS Vista 1: Emily & Marky 0.
It has my video clips and is holding them hostage. Until we come up with our next plan of attack, you will have to make do with this great photo I took of Marky video taping me from atop the fuel truck. Not only did we shoot, “What’s in Your Flight Vest” but we also decided to take you on a tour of our hangar. That’s enough video for at least two or three vLog entries. Now if I can only figure out how to save them.
This week has been packed full with a promotion and a bunch of firsts as well.
Sunday afternoon I was promoted from First Lieutenant to Captain. I would like to thank everyone who was part of the ceremony. This is especially to Ray and Walt, both pilots at Aero Med, who were also officers in the Army and served in VietNam. I couldn’t think of anyone else who I would rather have promote me.
Hopefully I will have video of this soon as well. Yeah, reference the above Vista comment.
Here is a photo of me attempting to get my nieces and nephews to sit still.
Okay, back to the flight nurse thing! Monday was our first shift at our remote base located in Big Rapids. Until our second aircraft returns from paint and having the interior redone, we will be repositioning during day shift with the C++. Once we work the bugs out, this is going to be a great addition for us as a corporation, and bring us closer to a large segment of the population we serve. If I have time, I will write more from Big Rapids tomorrow.
The last first for the week? I was on the cherry flight into our temporary pad near the hospital. What a relief to be closer to our ultimate destination.
Well, I have other large and small things to tell you about, but this will have to do for now. Two more shifts in this series before I come up for air.
In the mean time, you can find me warming up my paddle for those of you who couldn’t wait to read about the teasing flight nurse!
(stolen from JoeCartoon.com)