Things and Stuff

As you might have guessed, Hanna was a whole lot of nothing. We went to Rushmere, staged there for 8 hours, and I slept for about 7 of them. I managed to get a little situated on one of those military cots and pass out like nobody's business. Slept through the minimal wind and rain, and even slept through the radio chatter. It was great.

Then I got myself out of the EMS situation (60 hours was too much for me) and went on a date. Yes, I went on a post-hurricane date, complete with disheveled hair and probably-smeared makeup. I was a sight to see. Luckily, he seemed to like me anyway, and we had a great time. He was sweet enough to bring me coffee while I was on shift at the ER tonight.

I'm struggling with this internet connection problem. It's the third week of school; my IT department should be through with their annual suckage! I promise, though, as soon as I have a reliable connection, I'll be updating like crazy.

And finally, my Dad got to Antarctica okay! Go check out his most recent posts at his blog if you feel so inclined. :) He's got some great pictures up.

More later, I promise.

Take care out there,


Chapati said...

nice, good news all around :o)

Chris said...

Glad you're OK Sam.

Free caffeine? That one's a keeper!

Epijunky said...


Any man who brings you coffee is a keeper ;) Chris is absolutely correct.

Polar Doc said...

Thanks for the shout out. I love the photo of us at the USC v. UVA game. The scoreboard wasn't too shabby either! Miss you lots.

tracy said...

Hi Sam, Hi Dr. Sam's Dad !!!

Wave, Wave!