I don't know what drives some people to do certain jobs but thank God that they are driven by whatever it is! This morning I went to have my blood drawn. I dislike doing it. Generally, the phlebotomist has to really search around for a good vein. If one vial is required then it's usually OK. Multiple vials present a huge problem. Flashing, collapsing, appearing and reappearing-these are all terms used to describe what goes on with my veins when they know that blood is needed. They have a mind of their own. The poor technician earns his money. The man who helped me this morning was very nice. When he successfully finished the draw I complimented him on his skill and thanked him profusely. As I walked out, I marveled at what makes people do that job. And then I reflected on all of the people who do those sorts of jobs that I couldn't do: doctors, nurses, dentists, hospital technicians of all stripes, surgeons, fireman, policeman, and the list goes on. As I said above, thank God that someone or something drives these people to do what they do. And for that, I am grateful.