Time flies, they say (Gene always asks, "Who is they?"), when you are having fun. Inktober is drawing to a close. I think that is a good thing.
We went to dinner at a small local Thai Restaurant, Jasmine's. It is pretty average. We had Pad Thai with shrimp and vegetables with beef and Jasmine tea. The front windows, and probably the side windows, were dirty. That always makes me cringe. Everything else seemed clean. Why don't they wipe down the door? Anyway they had mugs for our tea and that reminded Gene of my cup sketches so I did a very quick sketch on a coaster. I misspelled Jasmine's. Poor planning and no more coasters. I just misspelled, misspelled, too. Sigh...
For Scavenger Hunt 699 - you can always click on the images to see them a bit larger.
Number 3, cup - Jasmine's
This morning I sketched at the dining table. It was wet on the porch. We had what is supposed to be the last rain of the month. It is cooler, too.
The top little car is for Inktober Day 27 - Spark, a Chevrolet Spark, from a photo. We only have Ford's in our house. Micron 02 and Inktense.
For the Hunt, Number 4 can - I chose a crushed juice can ready for the recycle. Micron 02
It is interesting about the misspelling. We do a couple of different trivia games. I always think that spelling, grammar and geography are my best categories. Is it age? Spelling is harder ... maybe I just know many more words and can't find the spelling in my brain, eh? Geography is pretty good still, but there are many country name changes and countries with split ups in Europe and Africa. I don't study anymore so that is my excuse, uh, reason. I still like to play, always learn something to quickly forget.
Gene and I thought we were really good on the daily trivia we've playing for years. Now we play with family and Joe from wetcanvas and write our answers down to see results the next day. We've discovered that when we write down the answers, we aren't as good. Our minds see what they expect or something like that.