On the way home after three days in Tagaytay, we stopped at Sta. Rosa, Laguna for dinner. We decided three days earlier that we would eat at Pig Out and we did.
The curious thing was that as soon as we were seated, instead of picking up the menu — which is automatic with Sam and Alex — they decided it was coloring time. With crayons. The restaurant is “child-friendly”, placemats consist of paper with figures — like pages from a coloring book. There were other activities too like drawing a line to find the way out of a maze, connect the dots… you get the idea. Crayons are provided for the entertainment of young diners.
My daughters are 17 and 16, and they’re still into crayons. Whoa.
What was even more amazing was that they didn’t bother ordering — Speedy and I picked out everything. Well, except for their drinks. They looked up from their coloring pages long enough to relay their preferred drinks. But, the rest? Speedy and I did everything else. And that’s really strange because these girls always choose their own food when we eat out. But they were busy, busy, busy with their crayons, comparing their artwork, laughing together…
And how was the artwork? Sam insisted that I take a photo of hers because, she said, it’s “bloggable.” Why?
She said her pig was on high on drugs. Notice the red eyes. :shock: Or, maybe, it’s a vampire pig. See the teeth?
Before Sam applied her “artistry”, the pig looked like this.
But Sam’s imagination is something else and she turned the foodie pig into a drug-addicted vampire.