Basic firefighter training
first responder course
ground ladders and aerial operations
vehicle rescue in the spring
I am a Christian, love people. Have wanted to be a firefighter since i was 4 years old and now I am living out my dream. Every day I learn something new and I love it. I don't drink or do any of the normal high school kid things. I just try to work hard for my goals and enjoy life and what God has given me along the way.
My family has been in it all my life and
I have always been around the firehouse like a second home. They are my second family. I love the adrenaline, the thrill and the chance to help others. It is in my blood and always been my dream to be a part of it.
Why I Love Fire/EMS
the adrenaline and chance to help people in a unique way and just fighting fire
Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. - John 15:13
BTW...I think i saw you on the last trailer fire...out by angola?? lovely for me, i got poison oak after that! grrr..lol I am thinking of starting to come to trainings in Lewes this summer just for the hell of it! so maybe will see you around?
Hey chick! long time no chat! How the hell are ya? Busy busy here obviously i have not been on this site for many months..lol Hows things in TX?? I am nearly done with courses this year...dang...who would have thought nursing school was so damn intense?? lmao hope all is well!
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Hi Jen, I see in one of your pictures you've found the UK's infamous pink limo fire engine!!! We currently have a fad over here of using decommissioned converted fire trucks into limo's and hired out for hen/stag/boozecruz's etc. Thank goodness this is the only pink one!! Regards from across the pond Adam.
Its cool to see someone else in my situation. i'v been told my first structure fire was when i was about 6 months old and in the backseat of the coffee delivery vehicle. now i'm in fireschool and can't get enough.stay safe and good luck...Hey nice prom pics, ur hott!
Welcome : )
little Sister Jen
its nice to see your a Believer : )
praise our Lord for us Believers.
Bless you in your Schooling and your job as you pick and choose what you want in this life.
i pray for you and others, as you grow and stay with our Lord
because its so very easy too fall .
remember when we fall pick yourself up
and Jen ask for fogiveness and try Not too repeat it ..... OK
we brothers and sisters will pray for you.
God Bless You and your fellow co workers and Friends and Family
always in Christ
your brother Anthony