The inner ramblings of a Daddy that just happens to be a paramedic.
(**All stories are fiction based on fact. All names and places have been changed to protect the patient's privacy.**)
Rob will indeed be missed. I always enjoyed his correspondence, and wish the best to his son and daughter in getting through this sad time.
I think it is always the case of not knowing what you have till its gone. I must admit that I had never heard of Acidman till i jumped on your blog and his site was impressive. People who are important to you are there and then they arent. Its hard when they are gone cause sometimes you dont get to tell them or simply say thanks for everything you taught me or thanks for just being a friend. Up untill recently I didnt realize this and unfortunately I learned this lesson the hard way. All I can say is try not to let peor plan.ple drift away or always tell them how important they are. You may not change destiny, fate, or life but you can change your part of the maste
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