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Tag Archives: first due blog carnival
June 9, 2010Posted by on
Jason Borton is not your typical Run-to-the-Curb kid.
In fact he tells a story of how he once ran to, and through a window to see where the fire trucks were going in his neighborhood.
Growing up, he didn’t just visit the fire station by himself, his grandmother took him there, frequently. Read more of this post
June 7, 2010Posted by on
Feedback from my show about the importance of storytelling in the fire service with special guest Chief Tom Merrill was tremendous and it’s amazing to see the influence that the Run-to-the-Curb (RttC) concept has had on people. Several firefighters have since shared their own personal stories of growing up in and around the fire service. In fact, so many have responded that it’s tough to keep up with and more of their stories are pending publication here.
Thanks in part to “FireCritic” Rhett Fleitz’s blog carnival titled: “I am a Firefighter because…” — the light has gone on for several people as they recognize themselves as RttC kids. Read more of this post
March 24, 2010Posted by on
What FireCritic ended up with was some of the deepest, most endearing – and hilarious – compilations of how 14 of the most prolific firefighter/bloggers got their start in the fire service and what keeps them going. The carnival even includes my own story of how I was perhaps destined to be a firefighter because “It was in the cards.” Read more of this post