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Guest Post from Andy Caton, marketer for Parent Handeling

This has been posted by, Andy Caton a guest blogger on this blog. Andy is a blogger and marketer for Patient Handling. On his free time, he loves taking film photographs and writing poems. 561 more words

Monthly Post 2016

Haiti, Hurricane Matthew, and Relief

A few months ago, I was in Washington DC working with leaders from around the world.  I met a wonderful lady named Danielle Saint-Lot.  Danielle, a former Minister of Commerce, is now working as an Ambassador at large for the Republic of Haiti for Women’s Empowerment.    314 more words

Andy's Life

Bulwell Training Adventure.

Some of the community went training in Bulwell for the day, taking a walk around the surrounding suburb areas too. It was quite the adventure and below are some select images from the day, with a mix of Parkour and tricking alike in those images. 98 more words

Parkour Related.

Racial Divide: An American History

Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.  1,301 more words

Andy's Life

When You've Eaten Too Much Candy At Work And Start To Feel Crazy

May or may not have received four bags of Swedish Fish from Amazon today. May. Or may not have.


Random Thoughts

Andy Slaymaker

I’ve challenged myself to paint 5 portraits in 5 days in an attempt to loosen up and not overthink my process. This is the first one: Andy Slaymaker of the band Balance and Composure. 6 more words


Horror Movie Review: An American Werewolf in Paris (1997)

There are many horrors that are considered classics, untouchable & in no need of a sequel. One such film is the 1981 comedy-horror, An American Werewolf in London. 525 more words

Horror Movie Reviews