THOUGHTS AND COMMENTS FROM AN AMERICAN Merchant Mariner
Thursday, April 29, 2010
All is well. I'm not posting much because I'm at home with family, and my dad has had 3 heart surgeries in one week. The final one was today, and he did very well. It helps that his surgeon and electro-physiologist who oversaw his care both invented and performed the very first of these same procedures. One nice thing about living in the Boston area is that we have the highest concentration of medical centers in the world, and the best medical school in the world, along with the teaching staff, is within walking distance.
I am Paul B, and I spend most of my life at sea. Ships, Science, the life of a mariner, biology and (mostly) true stories of life among the best and the worst people in the world, the United States Merchant Marines. You'll find it here, maybe. You'll definitely find rants, raves and discussion on life aboard a merchant ship. Come back and see the Brazilian girls, too, who show up fairly regularly.