19 April 2011


I don't know what the weather is like where you are, but here in Lucindaville it is stormy and dreary and we are need of jolt of the jolly. As Easter is approaching we thought we would share one our favorite spring things. For the past five years the Washington Post has a Peep Show. They hold a contest asking their readers to make a diorama using that iconic Easter confection the Peep.

This years winner was crated by Mary Jo Ondrejka from Reston; Bryn Metzdorf from Fairfax; and Margaret Hartka from Parkton, Md. and was entitled: "Chilean CoPeepapo Mine Rescue" The rescue diorama included such pertinent details as miner Ariel Ticona meeting his newborn daughter for the first time and Peep Johnny Barrios Rojas being greeted by both his wife and mistress.

Some other entrants that I liked.

"Vincent Van Peep's Starry Night" by MaryLea Harris from Fairfax

"Split Peep Soup Company" by Patsy Helmetag and Jean McCoy from Annapolis

To see all the winners past and present check out the Washington Post Peep Show.


  1. Fun!

    And yeah, we continue to have below seasonal temps here...

  2. Lovely things and very imaginative.

    I hate to say this but our weather except for possible storms today has been brilliant! I sat out on the terrace yesterday afternoon with a glass of wine and an iPad.

  3. You made an awesome work with these legos! I wonder if you have more pictures!


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