I miss alot of you guys on here. I have known some of you guys since 2004.
I am about to become an uncle in a few days and currently work in a operating theater at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Been working at the same Hospital now for 5 years. Done 3 different jobs at the same Hospital. Its been an eye opener working in such a place. I've joked and laughed with people that only had a few hours/days to live. It really puts things into perspective when you see people going through such awful situations day in and day out. I have so many stories I could tell. I once met a soldier that was in because he got shot in the ass while off duty.
Will be going back to school to study physiotherapy. Hope I can do well and make a career out of it. Its not going to be easy.
Most of you know I got deferred from the Army (5 weeks into my selection process) for having gout. Well, I still struggle with that everyday but its not as bad as it sounds. I can still do most things but occasionally my joints get really stiff and sore and I have to take it easy for a while. . I haven't had an acute attack in about 16 months which is the longest I've gone since having this disease. I met a patient that was in for having gout in his spine, elbow and foot at the same time and it scared the hell out of me. He was constantly screaming in pain. I just pray I never have to go through that.
Anyway, whats everyone doing these days? Anyone got married? Had kids?
p.s. The forum is now better hands. Trust me. Expect big things.