To Grass As in: in honor of nearly all meanings of the word as a noun, move into the place of the proverbial snake, and the verb.

July 30, 2016

Considering English comedians coming to Lithuania

Filed under: Observation — Tags: — Chad Damon Stewart @ 3:24 am


I have a feeling that it was a lot more business than funny.

February 7, 2011

Pondering fatherhood

Filed under: Observation — Chad Damon Stewart @ 3:01 am

This is the strange result of a serendipitous confluence of children’s dental hygiene products and would have never hung in my home if I weren’t a father.

April 21, 2010

Browsing children’s consignment stores during an extended vacation in the USA

Filed under: Observation — Chad Damon Stewart @ 12:40 am


December 15, 2009

Finding interesting objects in my in-laws’ house

Filed under: Observation — Chad Damon Stewart @ 8:02 am

I was extremely happy to discover that what I thought was just a simple thermometer to measure the temperature of my son’s bath actually measures temperament.

November 10, 2009

Shopping and going to restaurants

Filed under: Observation — Chad Damon Stewart @ 8:53 am

One of the more amusing aspects of my daily life in Lithuania is reading the English on products and menus. I am certainly not denigrating Lithuania or Lithuanians for especially improper use of English; these sorts of confusing phrases can be found all over the world where English is used as a second language. And, after all, not a particularly large percentage of US citizens can even begin to use a second language. However, when I read Lithuanian potato sausages called “intestines with potatoes” or potato dumplings called “zeppelins”, I find it funny. “Beef in own juice” is just one of those product names that make me laugh. I haven’t tried it yet.

November 6, 2009

Walking through a mall in Lithuania’s fifth-largest city Panevezys

Filed under: Observation — Chad Damon Stewart @ 7:34 am

The toy store from afar.

The toy store from afar

A little closer.

A little closer

Right there.

Right there

The pictures say it all.

May 20, 2009

Advertising for a Chinese restaurant in Vilnius, Lithuania

Filed under: Observation — Chad Damon Stewart @ 11:20 am


Living in Lithuania, though it has already been a total of nearly ten years, I am forced to face many unfamiliar and, often, disturbing cultural differences. In fact, this particular ad, which I think would be impossible to find anywhere in the United States and which I photographed just over one year ago, really sets the tone for this blog, and, in fact, was partially what inspired me to create it. This Chinese restaurant is actually a relatively new one in a popular Lithuanian chain that mainly sells pizza.

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