Say Goodbye to Snore Filled Nights and Hello to Breathing Relief
THE SOLANTERN SHEDS LIGHT ON A LONG IGNORED ISSUE
Access to clean drinking water is a major crisis facing developing countries.
HemLOCK those pants up!
Oh wait. We know what you're thinking. "Hemlock?? How could poison help me with my fraying pants?"
An Invention Born of Necessity
Grab-A-Cane is a patented invention by me, Donald Beyette. I was born with Holt Oram syndrome in 1949. My mother and father raised me as a normal child, not a handicapped child, because of that I became a working member of society.
In 2001, while working at my automotive repair shop, I was crushed between the front end of a pickup truck and a concrete wall. One of my employees was in the parking lot, and his foot slipped off the brake and full throttled it into the shop where I was working.
Sleep Deprivation: The Mother of Invention (VIDEO!!!)
It all started four years ago when my oldest son Gabriel was only 2-years old. His new little brother Anthony arrived and took over the baby room, along with everything in it…including the sacred crib. Gabriel was a great sleeper in his crib, but when he got into his big boy bed, all bets were off.
Got a bone to pick with a back ache? Get the Headbone.
This time, necessity was the mother of invention. A few years ago, my new Ford Explorer had inadequate head support because the seat back was too far behind my head to be used. I was uncomfortable, always getting a crick in my neck. Unwilling to tolerate the discomfort, I set out to solve the problem of the gaping void of space between my head and the seat. My challenge was to design a support system that would:
A Dream Come To Reality, Literally
I had a dream one night that I was playing on balloons. As I played them, I could blow into them and make them change their tones upward, reasoning that, ( as they stretched, the skin got tighter and they went up in pitch), or as I let the air leak out of the balloons, the heads became looser which lowered their pitch. We were performing at a club in Oneanta, N.Y., and the band had rooms included and was staying upstairs.
Take Streetzie’s Treats to the Streets.
Dapper Snappers: A Mom’s Invention Makes Dressing the Kids a Snap
Being a mom has been the most amazing thing I’ve ever done. In February of 2005, Super Dude was born and my life has never been the same. He started to walk at 8 1/2 months old…yes he did, here’s proof: