It started innocently enough.
70's Tupperware from my childhood spotted at the local Goodwill. It was enough to bring back a few memories I hadn't thought about in a couple of decades.
It was just a simple canister. But it was funky and retro and practically made out of titanium.
Memory is a funny thing. I hadn't really thought about Tupperware in years but yet the branding had stayed firm in my mind. This stuff was made to last a lifetime.
But, believe it or not, I didn't buy it. Branding or no, I treated it like almost every other memory-evoking object at the Goodwill. "My mom had this!" is a pretty frequent expression in that there Goodwill.
But the Tupperware stayed in my mind. I decided I had to go back and buy it the next day.
In the meanwhile, out of both boredom and curiosity, I did a search for vintage Tupperware.
That did it. One flickr photoset later, I was hooked.
Alas, the piece of Tupperware I had seen a day earlier had sold. Ebay loomed deep in my mind, taunting me with blue canisters.
But the funny thing was, two blue canisters were waiting on me the next trip I took to Goodwill.
My fate as Crazy Tupperware Lady was sealed, simple as that.
See the picture? Even my tomato hearts Tupperware.