Hungry for learning…or pie

There was a time when I went to school from 8am to 12pm. Basically, I feel sorry for anyone who teaches a class ending at 12pm, because you know every student is thinking less about math figures and more about what they’re going to stuff in their gullet as soon as they’re dismissed.

This was obviously the case for me one fine winter day. The following is a sample of one page of notes, which we shall dissect further following initial observation.

Clearly, I was being starved in such an inhumane fashion that even weird, squiggly balls of fluff (dust bunnies? broccoli?) looked appetizing enough to be served alongside cake and pie.

First of all, this is lasagna. Yes, lasagna. “Who draws lasagna?” one may ask. Probably a girl who spent a lot of money, time, effort and emotion to pull together a fabulous lasagna dinner only to have it criticized and picked apart. Or, you know, maybe just some weird chick. Whatever.

What I really do wonder, though, is when I drew this. Was it before the dinner, in anticipation of the big event? Or was I drawing after the dinner as some sort of consolation or therapy?

French bread goes with lasagna. That’s pretty much a fact. The French bread I made was stuffed with garlic and cheese and amazing spices and was so good, I’m getting hungry right now thinking about it.

This pie (which I have never in my life made properly) appears to be bending in a concave fashion from the bottom, which I find amusing. Also, I think the crust is actually a cleverly disguised bowling ball.

Mmmm…cake.

“What is that?” you might shout, pounding your fists in frustration. “It doesn’t look like anything edible…or inedible! What kind of artist are you?”

I’ll tell you what kind of artist I am. I am the kind of artist who deviates from the norm and, instead of drawing a traditional doughnut, draws a crueller that has been beaten in on all sides with a screwdriver. That’s the kind of artist I am.

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2 Responses to “Hungry for learning…or pie”

  1. Lindsey Says:

    I am laughing so hard at your crueller. I also think your pie is hilarious. I miss you.

  2. Chelsea Says:

    Haha…thanks :). Miss you, too!

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