Peeper Dee #269

We thought of you by Becky F

Honk Honkers? How could I not put that photo first?


I mean to add Biodork’s #268 image that was submitted after publishing to 269, but I forgot. Here it is. I hope she doesn’t send me a singing hate telegram again.

X marks the chemtrail conspiracy


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What the kids are posting

Those kids over at are really trying my patience. I mean, who do those jerks think they are?

Here are a couple examples that really chapped my hide.

Christianity is the best way to cure gayness. Just get on your knees, take a swig of wine and accept the body of a man into your mouth.” _ Stephen Colbert


Ease up, schedule. Jeez!

Tina and I are riding a tsunami wave of busy.

It’s good. I guess. Self employment often means that there may be troughs of downtime.

We just booked flights to NYC in October. The same week we’re in NYC, we fly home and rush back out to Baltimore for another shoot.

This weekend, I’m shooting two weddings, a couple runways and a trade show.

We have several video projects in the editing bay. And I have some photography that desperately needs retouching.

So if things seem a bit wonky around here, don’t blame me. Blame business.

I promise to get stuff posted as much as I can, though. So don’t be strangers.

Do yourself a favor: Autistic girl with DiGeorge Syndrome memorized Coppelia Ballet!!!!!!

We knew Clara loved the Coppelia ballet, but little did we know she memorized the whole thing! She performed this solely from memory!

This is just a small snippet of her dancing to it. We would see her doing some ballet moves around the house thinking it was ballet moves she learnt in ballet class, till one day someone decided to whip out a computer and compare her moves to that of the Coppelia ballerina, and, VOILA, we realized she memorized it, and can dance it!

Clara has been diagnosed with DiGeorge Syndrome and Autism. She spent her first 16 months in hospital, has gone through multiple surgeries since she was two weeks due to the complications with her syndrome. Before she was two, we noticed that she had difficulty connecting with people, was in a world of her own, and two years later she was also diagnosed with autism. Clara also had a lot of physical complications, and could not walk till she was four. She never spoke until she was six.

Doctors told us when she was born to forget about her – we could just have another baby…But we couldn’t give up. Never underestimate your child’s potential!

However Clara thrived in the Intensive Multi Treatment Intervention program (see and, based in Toronto, and has blossomed into a lively dancing queen who always loves an audience!!