• Tanji Johnson – Getting Back Up And Winning

    Image provided by Tanji Johnson I met Tanji Johnson in 2001 when she had just graduated from being an amateur athlete to the Professional Division of competitive fitness in the IFBB.  She became an icon in the fitness industry, competing for 15 years as one of the very best,...
  • Kevin Myles And Fitness Over Fifty

    Aging looks very different in 2020 than it did when I was growing up.  The average 60-year-old man or woman looks and acts very differently than they did even a generation ago.  Fitness is the culprit.  That and eating healthier and living healthier lifestyles.  Until now, however, finding applicable...
  • Kwamane Is Gone

    The day Ana and I became trained and licensed foster parents, we naively stepped into a strange dichotomous world. It’s a place where some view a singular event as unfair, cripplingly painful, and wrong, yet it is just and immensely joyful to others. We have been selfless heroes doing...
  • Garbageman

    We hear his big truck first. The low rumble of his heavy-duty engine as the truck methodically works its way down the block. Then you hear the hydraulic whine of the mechanical arm as it lifts the garbage bins high in the air, then flips them over and dumps...
  • The Story Behind The Pictures

    Ana has been my favorite model to work with for over a decade now.  We have done hundreds of photoshoots together, but since we became foster parents four years ago, and adoptive parents this year, working together has been rare. Recently, Aunt Elaine Goodlad gave us a day off,...
  • Raising Responsible Adults

    As a father and a taxpayer, I can’t help but look at the state of our world and ask myself who the heck raised these fools.  My grandmother was the most significant influence in my life, and she was born in 1917 in the prairie province of Saskatchewan in...
  • Being Prepared For Disaster – Interview With A Prepper

    Before 2020 I always thought of people who stored large caches of food and water, medical supplies, and other supplies and survival equipment as oddballs. After lining up to buy toilet paper and rationing squares when none could be found, I have changed my opinion. Being prepared by having...
  • She Almost Left Me Over The Red Boots

    Ana got a sitter for our three kids and came with me on a day business trip to LA last week. We don’t get a sitter often so we made good use of the time by doing what we love to do most together, a photoshoot. She is my...
  • Tiffany Newell Grew Up

    Models. At the end of the day, they are just people. They are somebody’s daughter, their little girl that a blink ago was wearing diapers. Somewhere between developing an attitude and getting a job, they grew up and became women. I had the pleasure of meeting Tiffany when she...
  • Dealing With The Covid-19 Pandemic And Depression

    This year has kicked everyone’s butt and some people much harder than others. Suicide is such a problem that the US National Library Of Medicine website posted an article titled Covid19-Suicides: A Global Psychological Pandemic.  Ana and I talk about our circumstances and what we have learned about ourselves...
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