Tuesday, June 3, 2008

not for the faint at heart...

Today was another great day with the mobile clinic. We did charts and blood pressure and got to see some more interesting things... Then after we had seen all of the patients, we drove home a different way, and lets just say ANY time we get into the ambulance cruiser, it's an adventure! Here's a video to prove it!
(*note- I apologize for the shakiness, but you have no idea how hard it is to hold a camera still whilst traversing a mountain path by automobile!)
Enjoy! And, thanks for the many wonderful comments! I love you all so so much!

p.s when I put these videos through Youtube, other videos pop up after this one is over, but I have no clue what they are and can't seem to make that stop... so, to be safe I recommend, lets just not click on them.. mmk?


Christin said...

thanks for letting us all ride in the ambulance cruiser with you girls! it was fun to see yall actually get to see!

Jess, I can't wait for you to be in nursing school...the graphic experiences will just fly out of your mouth :) haha!

glad to hear yall had another great day working! praying, praying!

Leslie Young said...

We were watching this and when you said 'Don't worry Dad," he said, "too late!" Looks like quite an adventure. Glad you're going to the clinic within walking distance tomorrow! Hope you get to see and do more interesting things! Love you!
(Oh and Mikey got a hit tonight and got on base -- the crowd went ballistic! He's definitely a crowd favorite! We still lost, but it was fun!)

Susan Williams said...

one word.... dramamine!

bec said...

hehe, I love the part when you said, "do you watch the road? Jess, how do you say that in Spanish?" hehehe..

Yall are so funny! I hope the day at that clinic was well worth the ride! hehe.. Love you!!

Lisa Lowe said...

Paul West still uses his machete to cut things at his house in North Monroe!

Praying for you!