When will this End? Another HEMS Crash
I have taken an unplanned hiatus from here for a number of reasons. All personal, but some work related. Some because I have good things happening in my airway, breathing and circulation life, but mostly because I just couldn’t find the energy or inspiration to write. Other events were taking that energy which I normally save for my electron life.
Sad news is causing me to post today. Prior to this, I have avoided writing about crashes, especially since we experienced one ourselves this year. Politics/confidentiality and good taste has left me avoiding the discussion about ours.
However, I woke up this morning to this:
Makes a flight nurse really think hard about the worthiness of what she does.
I leave for AMTC in two days. For those of you unfamiliar, it is the big Air Medical conference. I don’t want to hear about the crashes, the lives lost, the tragedy. Unfortunately, if we don’t start talking about the “C” word we can’t stop this cycle of loss. We MUST face our own mortality.
Not the blog post I wanted to return with.
Something more upbeat is on the way. I really have had a lot of good happen the past few weeks!
*one of my best skydiving days ever
*M-1 for Vets
*CPT McGee, Commanding
*Barcelona, Barcelona, Barcelona
Just to name a few.
Off to finish my CEN and CFRN packets. Ugggg