Like for a lot of kids, elementary school was hard for me when I was young. It wasn’t that the work was hard. The work was easy. It was every other part of it. I was bored to the point that I could barely stay awake most of the days. I did anything I could to entertain myself. I remember I poured glue inside my desk, let it dry and then cut it into long, fake fingernails. I doodled. I passed notes. I said I had to go to the bathroom just so I could roam the halls for a few minutes. Anything.
One part of the day that was fun was lunchtime. At least then we were allowed to talk to our friends and laugh. Even today, I think a lot of kids look forward to lunchtime at school. When I was in school, if I would have seen someone with these lunch bags, I would have begged my mother to buy me some or make me some for my own lunch.
The guy who makes these lunch bags has got to be the best father in the whole world. He draws on his kids’ lunch bags during his own lunch break. That way, they can be the coolest cats in the cafeteria. What kid wouldn’t be proud to carry his or her lunch to school in a bag with an original work of art on the front? What a great way for this father to bond with his children and teach them about creativity and art. They probably look forward to each day to see what their dad has drawn for them. If you would like to learn more about this and see many more designs, just click over to Lunch Bag Art.
Via: [Daily Dawdle]