15 febbraio 2010

for S/S Opening Ceremony

non plus one final from Tracy ANTONOPOULOS on Vimeo.

PUG life

i die.

it takes two

happy valentines day.

Maybe I'm not cut out for this sort of thing. Updating a blog is so low on my list of priorities right now.

love you, mean it.

05 febbraio 2010


I haven't made good on my promise dear readers. So sorry. I must apologize to me beloved LJ readers as well.
Let's not waste time on excuses. Ont continue!

I wanted to tell you about one of my Dad's patients. He's amazing. In order to comply with HIPPA laws I will change the name of said patient and his family.
Dad treats the entire family. The youngest son, MARIO is mentally challenged. He's 41 yrs old and has been under my Father's care for many many years.
MARIO is one of my favorite patients (I say that a lot, but I love so many of them!). MARIO's entire family is delightful. They're always patient and understanding and they do everything they can to take care of there dear son.
First and foremost MARIO is a major Dodger fan. AWESOME. What I love about him most is his obsession with images.
He loves collecting pictures. He saves magazines, brochures, newspapers, stickers, anything that contains an image he likes.
A few years ago MARIO's parents invested quite a bit of money into a super cool camera that takes pictures and develops them instantly like a Polaroid.
MARIO takes pictures ALL THE TIME. He literally takes a picture every few minutes. Sometimes more.
The film is expensive as you can imagine and the camera needed to be fitted with a super resilient case to be able to withstand being dropped or knocked around. I'm really glad his parents have been so supportive over the years. MARIO has captured some really great images. I'd love to see his stuff in an exhibit one day.
I wonder what he thinks. I wonder what goes through his mind when he takes those pictures.

He's so adorable.

I'll see if I can scan in some images that he's taken and given to dear old Dad. They really are spectacular.