I didn't write a whole lot this month, but then not a whole lot really happened. I went on my first helicopter flight. I learned an awful lot about overdoses and toxicology. I took classes in HAZMAT, terrorism & creating a incident command post.
I think it's a bit fitting that the closing ceremonies are tonight. I was able to dedicate the majority of this last month to watching the games. Now, for some, this might be thought of as a waste of time. But, I think I can always find something inspirational. Right now, Dara Torres who is... eek!!... my age won a silver and missed gold by 0.01 seconds. Wow.
I set some new goals (a five mile Turkey Trot I plan to run with some of my colleagues), and I continued some previously set goals (I am still eating vegetarian, 6 weeks!). We'll see how I continue to do.
Tomorrow I start in the Trauma ICU at ECMC. I am sure there will be a lot of tales to be found there. So, for tonight, we'll go to bed wondering what the new dawn will bring.