Hi Everybody The walk/run was done, everywhere, but I was a part of the Ottawa walk. There were over 20 people, including 3 fellow-brain-injured people! We walked for 2 kilometers, followed by an absolutely phenomenal lunch. There were many pictures taken of the event, and everybody looked like they had a good time. The photo-diary […]
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Thanks to the donation of time, the design for the shirts was done by a friend. This is the shirt:
Hi everybody I’m looking outside, and the fact that it’s raining is telling me that I don’t have any idea what the weather will be on “walk day”, anywhere in the world. Since the weather is pretty important, I’ll keep checking it for Ottawa, and I’ll try to make a posting about the viability of […]
When talking with Cathy about the walk, she had a lot of awesome ideas. I’ll talk to the location that I think that I’ve decided upon for the walk, but she made a comment about pictures. I thought that that’s a totally awesome idea. So this is to everyone that will do the walk: I […]
I went to cabinetmaking today, and it was fun. I’m building something for my daughter, and I am not going to say what it is because it’s a surprise… The shop is run by Chris Easey. The shop is comes with tools, complete with many scroll-saws!
First, some history, although everybody reading this is probably familiar with my story, a bit. I am starting to organize a walk to help raise awareness of brain injuries. I was part of “The Kanata 5”, a group of friends that were out for a bike ride, and were hit. I was the most severely […]
I found an awesome resource, full of information, for people that are disabled, and get this: it’s Canadian: http://www.ccdonline.ca/en/
I found an excellent site about bicycle safety, aimed at kids in primary school. There are worksheets, safety quizzes, and a whole host of other safety-related information packets. This is its site: http://edhelper.com/bicycle_safety.htm
Do you know someone that may need some support, for some reason? There is an organization that exists that does exactly that. They provide a location, and encourage social interaction between people that may have challenges, and those that have different challenges. Their website is: http://www.pathwaysind.com
This is my first entry. I have given myself a new role, because I’m finding it challenging to find things to do in a day. My new role is to talk about bicycle safety, and how important it is to take it seriously. I am going to schools to talk to the students, and joined […]