Monday, April 19, 2004

I spent the day recertifying for CPR at the District Office. I've been doing this since I was around six or seven years old, I first learned while on swim team. It seems like every time I've gone through some sort of training, there is at least one change to the procedures. I have to scan my memory hard when I need to practice something from CPR, rescue breathing or First Aid to try to piece together the most recent version. That could be dangerous, I'm sure.

Else? Nah, not much, I've been piecing together things outside with the greenhouse and fencing around the yard. There's lots to do and I should be done sometime around the end of summer when the fencing doesn't matter anymore and the greenhouse does again.

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