Rescue Rhyme

Due to my schedule I don’t make as many calls with my local first responder group as I’d like, and with book tour now pretty much underway I won’t make many or any for a while.  But I enjoyed going to training the other night.  It’s just comfortable to hang out in a fire hall with people who speak the language of smoke and rescue.

Safety is always big concern, especially when we work on or near a roadway.  Nowadays we are required to wear reflective vests.  Our training officer sent us a reminder email about this recently, and used a rhyme to drill it into our heads: “If your feet are on the street, your vest is on your chest.”

Looking forward to tour…but also looking forward to being back on the street, vest on my chest.

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