Some things just work as advertised. One of those things is the Quixx Repair System Headli… more
Posts Tagged ‘Health’
By Daddy Clay Friday, February 22nd, 2013
Meet Ramesh Ferris, polio survivor and polio eradication activist.
Also a guy who hand-cycled 4400 miles across Canada to raise awareness for the cause.
Ramesh contracted polio in his native India at just six months of age. His mother, lacking access to rehabilitation, gave him up for adoption, and he was taken in by a Canadian Anglican bishop and raised in Yukon, Canada. Dedicated to giving back, Ramesh returned to his native country in 2002 to reunite with his birth mother and to visit the orphanage where he lived. Read the rest of this entry »
By Daddy Clay Monday, September 10th, 2012
The Team at Dove Men + Care recently gave me the opportunity to interview Steven McMichael, the current on-screen combat choreographer for Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit.” After returning from the US Marine Corps in 1995, where he reached the rank of Sargent, McMichael worked as a stuntman until he was seriously injured in 2003, and now works as a stunt coordinator on notable films such as “I Robot”, “Fantastic Four,” “Blade: Trinity” and “X-Men.” McMichael currently lives in Canada with his wife and five children. We chatted about balancing fitness and fatherhood. Read the rest of this entry »
By Daddy Clay Thursday, March 8th, 2012
1) There is not a single place, inside or out, of the human body that cannot be bruised, infected, covered with a rash, scabrous, bilious, infested, crusty or rancid. Sometimes all of the above. When we think of childhood injuries we think of a stubbed toe or a bump on the head, but absolutely everything else in between can and will be damaged.
2) Girls toot like crazy. Read the rest of this entry »
By Daddy Clay Friday, January 27th, 2012
Why? Why would anyone do that? Especially a guy with a busy family?
I’ve heard a lot of dads (and some moms) try to answer this question. None have been all that satisfying to me. My own attempts to answer, perhaps representative, are no less so.
Obvious (non) answer: Marathon training. Okay. Again. Why? Read the rest of this entry »