Photo A Day: Fork

Day 12 of "March Photo A Day Challenge" : Fork

Made for each other! I'm talking about the fork and spoon below!

That's a photograph of my sister's old lunch box in Delhi. The fork and spoon, tucked in the top flap, always reminded me of our school days... those bright and colorful lunch boxes... some with trays, some with partitions, while my most favorite ones were those that came with a fork and a spoon!

But this lunch box isn't what I originally wanted to post today.

I got a birthday card in school, when I was in class two. It had a fork and a spoon on a light green background. The fork and spoon were in the form of cartoon characters (with limbs and a smiley face) and they were wishing me on my birthday (in some sort of text balloon, I think). I don't remember exactly what the card said. I wanted to take a picture of that card for today's post, but I couldn't find it! That was the first birthday card I got in school. So I'm a bit heart-broken at having lost it. But, I'm sure my heart will be fully recovered after a good night's sleep.

So... sweet dreams, my friends. See you tomorrow now.

This is my 12th post for NaBloPoMo March 2012.
Link to the previous post: "Photo A Day: Someone You Talked To Today"

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