Friday, February 26, 2010

28 Days of Happiness :: 26

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Awesome grammatically incorrect Tupperware
that I found in Chinatown years ago.


Please scroll to the next post to play Freakshow Friday.

21 comments:

Vashti said...

LOVE it! Bento boxes are one of my fav things ever.

Mary said...

I love this whole theme idea. Awesome.

Happy SITS Day!!

Caroline of Salsa Pie said...

Classic!

Heather said...

Stopping by from SITS & LOVE your 28 days of happiness idea! So much more tackle-able than a photo a day for a year! I might have to do this! :)
(And the freak show friday? lol hilarious! :)

w said...

i love misspelled items from chinatown.

God's Favorite Shoes! said...

Wow..."chears" instead of cheers on the tupperware in Chinatown? Please tell me it was free! LOL

Randa @ The Bewitchin' Kitchen said...

He he. That is cute. 28 Days of Happiness is a great theme!

Queen Mother said...

Love it! Congrats on being SITS gal of the day!

Kelly Deneen said...

That is awesome. :)

Love your 28 days thing!!

Two Normal Moms said...

I just scrolled back through all your "28 Days of Happiness" photos. I LOVE the idea and I LOVE your photos (and your photography!)!!

I think I would also love to use your theme and give you full credit on my blog!

***Ally

Aleta said...

ROTFLMAO - THAT is funny!!

Jill said...

Love the 28 days of happiness idea!

Kearsie said...

This box cheared up my day.

Adrienne said...

Hilarious!
I wonder if I could find something different to be happy about everyday? Something to think about.
Happy SITS day!!

JadeLD said...

I'm doing the photo a day for a year challenge and it's tough! I want to start doing more of a theme each month to try and focus more. So I might try to capture little bits of happiness in March.

Happy SITS day!

Debbie in Nashville said...

Love the idea for a picture a day of what makes you happy! I might borrow that idea and try it for March...

Rachel said...

Funny! I love trying to read things that were translated and no longer make much sense. We once had a small appliance (tiny blender maybe?) that came with a paper saying that "all parts were edible." I think it was probably supposed to say that it was "safe to use with all foods." Something was definitely lost in translation!

Kristina said...

I LOVE this!!!

Monique Boblin said...

I love china town just for this reason!!!

Emily said...

That platter makes ME happy too! What a great project idea!

Elizabeth said...

This project such a wonderful idea! I loved each and every photo. You have such a great eye.

One of the things I am always challenging myself to be is more present. And stopping to see the beauty around you is how you do that. Your photos really inspired me.

Thank you so much!