After 12 long months of being deployed to FEMA Region-1 and covering the COVID ordeal including PPE, testing, vaccinations, and funeral assistance…I am demobilizing.
During my deployment, I covered six (CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, and VT) states and 10-tribal nations. Whoa, that’s a lot.
Time to take a break!
Not gonna lie, I’m kinda happy to see this banner today.
Your favorite PIO has been deployed for 12 months…
Always working, always improving. Another Federal TaskBook completed.
Bad storm? Lots of snow? Only one thing to do.
Find your favorite hydrant…
…and dig it out!
Helping your local fire department save a few precious seconds during an emergency.
That’s right, don’t be lazy, dig it out. As you can see, I cleared the access to my favorite
And I expect you to do the same.
#hero to your family and do the same.
This weekend, it was kinda windy and lotsa snowy.
Yep, definitely not applying to be a broadcast Meteorologist.
I hope all of you take a few moments to check for your vehicles for a good brush and a solid shovel. White out conditions. Fo sho. This snow is no joke.
Be safe out there.
Better yet, stay home.
Lots of discussion of vaccines and people wanting to pick and choose.
Pfizer? Moderna? Johnson & Johnson?
Stop. Please stop.
If you are given the opportunity to receive a COVID vaccine, please take it.
Why? Because any COVID vaccine you are given will better protect you than no vaccine at all.
This isn’t a game of fashion or special interests.
It’s about saving lives.
The faster we can get our state, region, country to this herd immunity, the faster we can get back to our healthy friends and loving families.
Thank you to all those agencies and individuals who took the time to recognize these heroes lost in 1986.
For those from Hawaii, this
@NASA #Space #Shuttle #Challenger tragedy was heartbreaking to say the least. We will always remember Astronaut Ellison Onizuka – Hawaii boy done good.
“We will never forget them, nor the last time we saw them, this morning, as they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye and slipped the surly bonds of the earth to touch the face of God.” – President Ronald Reagan (01-28-86)
FEMA Leads Whole-Of-Government COVID-19 Response Update
Continuing the efforts for nationwide coordination…
From your favorite FEMA PIO
New phone, who dis?
Our tech guy said the FirstNet network is good.
I hope he’s right because the last thing this PIO needs to do is call their COW (Cell on Wheels) for support.
I’m appalled at the actions and ongoing actions of those who breeched, vandalized, looted, and desecrated our nation’s Capitol.
Your mob mentality is reprehensible and senseless.
Justice will be swift and harsh for your embarrassing actions. Blood has been spilled. I hope the consequences of your actions will haunt you forever.
The events from today/tonight will impact all of us differently but hopefully drive us all to cooperate and fundamentally act for peace and safety of all.