One Chicago mom's attempt to keep an accurate log so her kids will have something helpful to show the therapists.
Good job CFD...God Bless You AllMBF
I'm so happy not to be CPD or CFD. I don't do well being outside battling fires or bad guys. Blogging is much safer and warmer.
Is that the before, if you will, picture of that icy building we are seeing? Wow!
It is! I thought about running to grab a few "after" photos (to buy one for use with the blog costs $49), but it's just too cold to go anywhere. brrrr.
God Bless Joseph and all those along side him.SF
Joe wasn't working this one (whew), but the general consensus from his buddies was "F*CK...it was F*CKING COLD."Firemen are quite expressive, you see.
Oh my my .. I completely agree. blankets and slippers are demanded!
I think it should be mandatory! Maybe some cookies, too.
I was going to ask if Joe was there, but then I saw your comment that he wasn't. I can see that the cold would be described like that. Penetrating chilling I'm sure. All first responders are heroes in my eyes!betty
These guys were frozen solid by night's end. I think they're still warming up!
That is a scary picture. Glad Joe was off duty.
Me, too. His BFF was at the fire, though, so I was following the coverage much of the night. The building was too unstable to fight from within, so thankfully, the gang was all pretty safe...albeit COLD.
Wow!!! Brave men for sure!
I'd be the coward hiding behind the nearest Starbucks.
The fire pic and the frozen demo video are crazy! Wow!
God Bless fire fighters! I loved them before, but since 9/11 I just admire the crap out of them!