There is Sam in Spring 2008. And Quinn in Fall 2009. Frankly, even the photos I’ve purchased have been extremely goofy. But I think that this one that came home in Quinn’s backpack today may be the best.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner.
Even me, who is pretty chill about paying for whatever the photographers send to me because I figure it captures who they are when the photo is taken, was all, NO.
Seriously. Quinn looked at the picture, looked at me, and said, “I’m sorry.”
I can’t stop laughing.
I called the so-called “professional” photography studio that took this and the woman who answered the phone looked up the photo, took a breath, and said, “I’m sorry.”
Then she followed up with, “They should have caught that.”
Retake day is December 1.
You guys, I have a great column that I wrote over at Autism Unexpected. It is about this woman named Jane Meyerding. She is a faceblind, autistic adult who wrote this awesome mystery featuring an autistic, faceblind character. The book is amazing for a lot of reasons, and Jane is a really cool woman. Check out my column and think about buying her book.