Molasses stickiness on the lazy Susan started a cupboard cleaning attack. Before long the spice jars and three bottles of vanilla extract were all over the kitchen counter surrounding the colander.
I love this colander. Picked it out as a gift for my mother in about 1969. The orange/yellow/navy enamel wasn't really right for Mom's Mondrian color scheme preferences.
By the way, I worry about Kodak. I sure don't miss the film camera process, just those plastic film cans with snap on lids. They were so very useful. As for George Eastman, the Kodak founder was a kid just like me once upon a time in those "Childhood of Famous Americans" books. George Eastman, Young Photographer was one of many in the series I read at Eastridge Elementary.
© 2011 Nancy L. Ruder