After being snowed in for the last several days, we went out for dinner at a place we've been wanting to try for a while now. In West Seattle on California is a relatively new restaurant called Pan Africa Grill. As we pulled up there were the most appetizing smells emanating onto the street, and the place was pretty crowded (a good sign). The atmosphere was enticing, the walls were painted a deep rich orange, the art on the walls was very interesting. Best of all, the food was fantastic! The granddaughter even liked it, although she thought a few of the dishes were too spicy for her. We had the injera bread (made from Teff grains) with a variety of vegetables, lentils and chicken dishes.
Here is a quick sketch I did before our dinner arrived, of my husband and our granddaughter. She's writing in a journal about a story she wants to tell (that's all we could get out of her).