last night i attended my first tupperware party.
and let's face it...i'm an easy sell. i should run the opposite way from parties that want to sell me something.
*insert motivation to buy tupperware story here* the other day we had people over and i thought i would spontaneously "whip up some cookies" for dessert. i began by pulling the beat up packages of baking stuffs out of my messy pantry. the brown sugar was rock hard. but i thought, ahh...i'll just use white sugar. how different could it be? and on the recipe went. i got to the chocolate chips which i knew i had in the pantry. i went in only to find the chocolate chip bag empty. umm...dried cranberries anyone? they were very pale, cranberry cookies... yeah...this is my typical baking experience.
but back to the party. it was great. and i now love tupperware. i wanted it all. who are we kidding...i NEEDED it all! but i limited myself to beginning my pantry collection with two rectangle containers for things such as flour and ahem...brown sugar. and then, since it was half price, i bought a 7-piece heat and serve collection. they can go straight from freezer to microwave if necessary. they're so great.
and the party vibe? sure, it was mostly people i didn't know but it was great. and that is pretty crazy coming from me. the tupperware lady was young and great and baked a cake in tupperware in the microwave. how can you doubt that good times were had by all? i think we should be having more of these parties.
AND our tupperware lady made me want to be a tupperware salesperson. in fact, i couldn't fall asleep for a couple hours because i was so hopped up on the idea. and then i dreamed about it al night. you'd have tupperware party if i was your tupperware lady, wouldn't you? flashback moment... :)