July 2, 2005

Drawing a face.

We had dinner at Macaroni Grill again, and both of us picked up the crayons and drew furiously on the butcher paper as we waited for the food. Despite the lack of blue or purple (or black) crayons, I tried a quick portrait of Chris. Then, the first food came and the soup had a face drawn on it:

Faces

Dig in, Chris:

Faces

5 comments:

Troy said...
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Hoots said...

For those of us from the food business, moments like this are priceless. Ice sculptures, decorated cakes, and artfully displayed hors d'oeuvres are a way of life, at their best a passing expression of creative energy calculated to have a very short life. When a guest participates in the experience the meal becomes a dance.

lindsey said...

That drawing is quite good!

Ann Althouse said...

Lindsey: You mean the one in the soup?

lindsey said...

The one on the paper although the soup is cute.