Steve Rogerson Jan 28
This image has truly touched me. Above all of the others I have seen on your site, this one has wrenched my heart. Too many times in my career I have seen the pain and anguish, the fear of a critical patient's family. I have worked till the sweat poured from my brow only to see no response in patients. I sometimes feel sorry for the pt but then when I see the family my heart churns in agony for them. This piece brilliantly illustrates the pain felt by the family and the fear they must know as we perform interventions on a loved one. We as EMS providers must never forget that in every critical encounter, there is more than the man on the floor. He is someones son, father, husband.
John Schoenon Jan 01
Early in my career this happened three years in a row. Full arrest Christmas day. You know the families will be forever changed
Terry Allenon Jan 01
Another great one in the series!
Dayan Inclánon Jan 01
I love your work all very powerful, but your, "Christmas Nightmare" has moved me beyond words. So many this going on here that I can relate to.
I've been in this scene too many times. My family has witnessed this scene with my younger brother. Just ran a scene yesterday that will have a family's New Years Eve never be the same. Wow, brother. This really, really moved me.
Thank you for sharing your heart through your talented art.