Chloe and Mojo. I still remember the day I drove up north to bring you home. Chloe, I don’t know what Mojo will do without you and I am worried. I am sorry I had to leave you when Dad and I split up. I am sorry you had to leave us so early, 10 years is not long enough. And I’m devastated that we lost you in the way we did. I miss you chlo-Chlo!
With National Telecommunicator week approaching next week, I look back at the countless calls I’ve taken, my life saver pins, the nightmares, the tears, the bad days and the good; and through it all I can’t help but feel anything but blessed. I took this job because I graduated the academy and found out I was pregnant and didn’t think any police department would hire a pregnant woman. I had no idea the job would turn into what it has for me. I have some of the best friends and family, I come to work to save lives... everyday. I am fortunate enough to not only be part of the thin gold line family but also be part of the thin blue line family as a part time law enforcement officer on two departments. As I begin to explore my options on joining the thin red line family as well.... I realize that God has blessed me with one special kind of drive to help and to save lives. I’m going to use the gift God have me to the fullest. When I was growing up and was asked the question, what do you want to be when you grow up? I simply answered, “I just want to help people and help animals.” Public service is my calling. #thingoldline#thingoldlinefamily#nationaltelecommunicatorsweek#thinblueline#ladycop#leo#idispatchwhatsyoursuperpower#dispatcherandcop#icandoboth#watchmebecomeanemttoo#mycalling#publicservice#doinggodswork#savinglives#iam911#iamthesheepdog