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EMTsweeetie emerged as an escape to a busy and hectic Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) life from the back of an ambulance after working long 24 hour and even 36 hour shifts. I brought small scraps of paper to work with me and crafted greeting cards and handed them out to patients at convalescent homes and long term care facilities. It was just a little something to help brighten up their night stand and bestow well wishes in their recovery.

George was my first partner in the field and whether it was an adrenaline rush or love at first sight I knew he would be my best friend for a lifetime. We shared lots of stories on and off duty often including patients' anecdotes; it would be about their families, friends or a special memory or event.

Working together side by side brought us to appreciate those we love every day and not just in dire times of need. We…

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  • Born on June 3
  • Joined October 2, 2007

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cardstock, glitter, ribbon, rhinestones

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About

EMTsweeetie emerged as an escape to a busy and hectic Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) life from the back of an ambulance after working long 24 hour and even 36 hour shifts. I brought small scraps of paper to work with me and crafted greeting cards and handed them out to patients at convalescent homes and long term care facilities. It was just a little something to help brighten up their night stand and bestow well wishes in their recovery.

George was my first partner in the field and whether it was an adrenaline rush or love at first sight I knew he would be my best friend for a lifetime. We shared lots of stories on and off duty often including patients' anecdotes; it would be about their families, friends or a special memory or event.

Working together side by side brought us to appreciate those we love every day and not just in dire times of need. We realized how important it is to celebrate every moment and cherish every minute, because every minute counts. To show appreciation, affection and love for those we care is crucial to our good health because it can spur a lifetime of happiness.

George and I married in 2007 and although we both have left the EMS field our EMTsweeetie shop focuses on celebrating life’s accomplishments and creating memories. We craft decorations for all facets of life and we hope you celebrate someone special today.

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