lol, @thesavagelegend, it’s your own fault. don’t inhale your food next time. (Taken with picplz at Chong’s Diner in Nuremberg, Germany.)

lol, @thesavagelegend, it’s your own fault. don’t inhale your food next time. (Taken with picplz at Chong’s Diner in Nuremberg, Germany.)

pretty sure Cesar himself never had a salad that big @thesavagelegend. (Taken with picplz at Chong’s Diner in Nuremberg, Germany.)

pretty sure Cesar himself never had a salad that big @thesavagelegend. (Taken with picplz at Chong’s Diner in Nuremberg, Germany.)

a little tuna salad for lunch. (Taken with picplz at Chong’s Diner in Nuremberg, Germany.)

a little tuna salad for lunch. (Taken with picplz at Chong’s Diner in Nuremberg, Germany.)

it’s a little foggy today (Taken with picplz at Landgrabenstrasse in Nuremberg, Germany.)

it’s a little foggy today (Taken with picplz at Landgrabenstrasse in Nuremberg, Germany.)

Eric Carle, author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, has a new children’s book about an artist who — like the author — enjoys stepping out of the box. It’s called The Artist Who Painted A Blue Horse.

The  child in the book paints a number of animals with unconventional  colors. The book opens with the child declaring, “I am an artist,” and  ends with the character, splashed with paint, saying, “I am a good  artist.”

Eric Carle, author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, has a new children’s book about an artist who — like the author — enjoys stepping out of the box. It’s called The Artist Who Painted A Blue Horse.

The child in the book paints a number of animals with unconventional colors. The book opens with the child declaring, “I am an artist,” and ends with the character, splashed with paint, saying, “I am a good artist.”

(Source: npr)