5 pm

The final job of the day was to an elderly man with learning difficulties – he’d fallen over in his warden controlled flat.  Luckily for him there were no injuries and after checking him out, we left him happily sitting in his chair.

It’s been a very enjoyable day, and I am so incredibly happy to be back on an ambulance.  But I’m bloody knackered, I need some serious sleep.

Tomorrow I’m going to be single again, and have been told that I should report to Poplar station to work with someone there.  I’ve never worked with this person before, so it should be interesting.

Nighty-night.

5 thoughts on “5 pm”

  1. Enjoy tomorrow.Glad you're doing your thing.

    Pleased that your last job of today (yesterday) was a good one.

    Hope you had a delicious indigestion-less sleep zzzzzzz

    Glenda

  2. Well there dropping like flies here in sunny Melbourne, Aus with the Temp @ 42 degrees centrigrade (and an overnight temp of 26!)- as you can imagine we had a rather busy saturday nightshift!! Wouldnt mind swapping some cool London weather Tom!

  3. Glad you've had a relatively quiet time. Here in the US they say law enforcement and EMS/EMT/Fire professions are long periods of boredom punctuated by short periods of flat out horror. Be well.

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