Cynthia and I met up with Allen “King of the Oldies” Hill and his lovely lady, Andrea, for dinner last night. We dined at BYOB Lebanese restaurant called Cafe Mezza. It was our first time to eat there and it was quite good.

Cynthia wanted to make an apron for Allen and personalize it. Since Allen’s primary marketing trademark is a wearing a tuxedo and tennis shoes Cynthia came up with the perfect thing:

It’s called the “Allen Hillpron”


One thought on “Apronicity

  • December 8, 2006 at 7:04 pm

    I’m beginning to think that Cynthia is some kind of arts and crafts superhero. Sewing at the speed of light. Thinking up creative things to do in a single bound. Faster than a speeding bedazzler.

    Has she ever attempted to make anything and it be a total disaster? Something tells me, probably not.

    The ways of the Cynthia are very magical and mysterious, they are.

    She is like a Jedi of arts and crafts.

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