Monthly Archives: May 2011

Best Meal Ever

That is right, last week was our 3 year anniversary. Our actual anniversary was on Tuesday, which was when both of us were working, so we did nothing on that day. Thursday, however, we decided to hit the town. Due … Continue reading

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My New Home

Hatcher and South Central Expy (175). One of a few things I discovered I know nothing about. My first shift at Fire Station 24 in South Dallas was yesterday. With nervous excitement I awoke no later than 0400 in the … Continue reading

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Bathroom Renovation: Day 1

The time has come. After months of working extra shifts and picking out tile we finally pulled the trigger on the guest bathroom renovation. That is right, despite our better judgement we have decided to start our next house project. … Continue reading

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The Transfer List

Get excited citizens of South Dallas, DFD’s finest is heading your way. That is right, I finally got my permanent assignment. Starting Friday, May 27th I will be heading to Fire Station 24 located at 2426 Hatcher St. After one … Continue reading

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Tick, Tick…

Today I find myself in Broken Arrow, OK. Steph and I made the journey to the Indian Nation for the high school graduation of my brother in law. As I watched a multitude of youth advance to a new stage … Continue reading

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Time and a Half

So I find myself at the fire station again today. I decieded to put my name on the hireback list. This is the list you put your name on if you want to work an overtime shift the following day. … Continue reading

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Real Stories of the DFD

DFD Tip of the Day: If you have a shunt (rubber tube connected directly to a major artery and placed under the skin), don’t think it is a pimple and pop it; you could bleed to death. DFD Quote of … Continue reading

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