Remember my Spork post? And how I sort of poked fun at those who use titanium sporks? Well, Think Geek twittered me and asked if I wanted a titanium spork! I thought about it* and decided why not? When the package showed up, I opened it with glee. And then I noticed more than one spork! There were FIVE! What am I going to do with five titanium sporks?
My husband wanted one, “I’m taking this to work.” So that left me with four. Of course I’m going to keep one as a memento of this crazy journey and I probably will use it to eat, but I don’t want to lose it…
Now I have three. One for each of the three remaining months (April, May, June) of the school year before summer break (and short respite from the project until the Fall when I start back up).
Please nominate someone affiliated with the school lunch movement to receive a titanium spork for the month of April. It can be someone very well known or someone who is an unsung hero. Anyone making a contribution to children’s food and who would appreciate some recognition. Post your nomination in the comment section. I’ll close nominations in a week and then I’ll put up a poll to vote on who should get a titanium spork! The spork will go out in the mail at the end of the month.
*NOTE: The FTC requires that bloggers disclose receiving free stuff for review. I have to say that I decided to accept the sporks because I think they were given not so I would review them, but just for fun. Honestly I’m not sure how I would “review” a spork. It’s not your typical product. How would I give a spork a positive or negative review? “It got food to my mouth!” or “Food slid off it so it loses one star.” Full disclosure: they do look cool and they are light as a feather. Anyway, here’s the disclaimer.