Next-gen GR readers, old-school GR helpers
This weekend was our architect/friend's son's first birthday. It was a real rager. Look at the before (below) and after (above) pics. Craziness. See all that color on the coffee table? There's Play-Doh, Duplo bricks, Cheerios, and other debris on the surface as well as on the floor. Some of the leftovers on the piano might be mine... Sorry about that.
Below is Christian about to do the "Korean thingy" where he chooses his destiny--kind of like Lone Wolf and Cub or New Legend of Shaolin, where the baby chooses between the toy and the weapon. Options included an architectural model, cooking whisk, some cash, and other stuff. He chose a pencil. What does it mean?
Above on the right, you can see Daniel--an old-school GR helper. A better view, below, with indie comics king/GR contributor/good friend Martin Cendreda and his daughter Margot.
Also around was all-star intern and contributor Christine. I haven't seen her since she took off for the East Coast for grad school. Remember her article about Gil Mok's cold-noodle soup? It makes me hungry just thinking about it. So great to see her.
No, Eloise hasn't grown a fourth tooth yet. That's cool. It's not a race and there's no rush. Hope she doesn't expect a huge party for her birthday, though. She turns one tomorrow!