Other than being a professional photographer and owning a studio, much of my working career has been in public service, as a firefighter and as a paramedic. Working in emergency services is a unique field that not everyone is cut out for. It is both rewarding and frustrating, filled with many long hours and time away from home.
In 2008, while working as a paramedic, I received an injury that eventually forced me to retire. The recovery was slow and I am still plagued with results from the injury. In the end, retirement has really come to be a blessing. Now, I have the time to do all the things I could only dream about before.
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