Statue of St. Benedict of Nursia Photo by W. Trachim I have always liked photography. There is something to be said about artistry when talking about photographs as opposed to painting, writing, music, or any other artistic medium. I have never, ever consi...
I often find myself reflecting on this subject - at least once a year. And it only happens because of the difficulty that seems to be present. When it does, I am fully aware of the weight it adds to me. Figuratively, of course. And I am certainly not the on...
That is the current temperature outside as I write this post. Nearly 1:00AM and I am still awake. What a surprise.... I suppose that has become the new normal over the past few weeks. Probably due to the changes in my work schedule; I have no doubt that the...
Historically, the last 31 days of any given year have been difficult for me. For some reason, this one has been especially hard. I think part of the reason for that is due to the issues I ran into with not being able to go to graduate school. As of right no...
It is incredibly cold outside. Over the past week this part of the world has had considerable snow. I believe the totals in the New England area vary between 36 and 40 inches since last Tuesday. Not only has it been incredibly cold and snowy but there have ...
Aaron Copland was approached to write the soundtrack music by Thornton Wilder himself, and at that time he was hard put to get it right. To his credit, I truly believe he did.
As I write this, I am watching snow fall outside of my house. It is not terribly cold out, but the snow is definitely falling. It's not a huge surprise; since we're into the second week of December there should be an expectation of snowfall by now. And I be...
- Goffstown Fire DepartmentParamedic, 2007 - present
- Catholic Medical Centerpresent
- Cataldo Ambulance, Boston, MAParamedic, 2008 - 2014
- Rockingham Regional Ambulance, AMR
- Nokia, Comcast, University of New Hampshire
I'm a Paramedic. I take care of injured and ill patients. Sometimes I deal with their problems. And I make sure I treat my patients as I would want to be treated.
At one time in my life I was a professional musician. I loved it. And I was much younger back then.
I am educated as a computer engineer, and I worked in the industry for just over 12 years. Some people wonder how someone like me would make a change like that - from music to computers to medicine. I wish I could tell you.
- University of New Hampshire, Granite State College, Rivier College
- Southern New Hampshire University
- Bejeweled 3
- PBA® Bowling Challenge™
- Bowling King