A few summers ago, my parents and I took a week-long vacation to California. We flew out and rented a car, spent two nights in San Fransisco, two in Big Sur, and the rest of the week in LA before flying back to Virginia. While in Big Sur, we were driving through the mountains and came to a very posh restaurant along the side of the road with a big terrance and an amazing view of the mountains and sunset. On the terrace, at a little table, was a young boy—couldn’t have been older than 9 or 10. He was leaning back, arms up, jamming a hand-held gaming device in his own face, obscuring his own view of the breathtaking landscape.
For Storytelling homework this week, we had to draw a one-panel gag comic. So I did this.