Deborah Peyton is a full-time freelance cartoonist. She creates regular cartoon features for a variety of technical, trade, and advertising publications, and is a member of the National Cartoonist Society as well as the Canadian Bookseller's Association. She and her husband Derrick, two daughters, and their pets live in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
Surviving Day to Day
Surviving Day to Day is a hilarious single panel cartoon featuring â€™slapshot momentsâ€™ from the lives of the newly married, financially strapped couple, â€™Frank and Carlaâ€™. Through a daily dose of marital madness, this delightful young couple remind us that we are not alone and there are, in fact, scores who are free falling with us. But that isnâ€™t all! As if the challenges of married life arenâ€™t enoughâ€¦readers will succumb to the zany antics of Frankâ€™s live-in grandmother, Nanna, as she pushes this relationship to the brink. "Day to Day"â€¦the wild side of â€™averageâ€™! Drawing from her life experience, which includes a variety of academic pursuits, diversified work endeavours and household life, Deborah Peyton created a single panel cartoon with universal appeal. In April 1994, her feature "Day to Day" appeared in its first daily newspaper and since then had been clipped, posted, and faxed by scores of chuckling fans. Thousands of people, through two daily Canadian newspapers and the Internet, are enjoying this delightful cartoon everyday.