The gals and I went to Saturday's Draw-A-Thon, twenty-four hours of all sorts of drawing shenanigans in which anybody and everybody — kids, adults, amateurs, experts —can draw pretty much whatever they want, pretty much wherever they want: on the walls, on the floor (all paper-covered), at one of the many workstations. I'd never been before. It was a hoot. I played a large scale version of the typically smaller scale game I often play with kids: draw something and let them color it as they see fit. 'Twas a pleasure.