With a forkful of salad in my mouth, I mull over this word prompt. What a fascinating prompt to be given. A fork can be different things but the first one that comes to mind is the one you use to shovel food into your mouth. Perhaps that’s because it’s suppertime here and I’m starving. Hubs is the grill master this evening and we are anticipating his famous burgers. They are truly delightful. Well, just about everyone loves them, with the exception of 2 of my daughters. You see, he mixes just the right amount of dry red wine and soy sauce into the ground chuck. I’m not even sure if he puts anything else in them, but the taste after searing them well on the the grill is, for lack of a better term, amazing.
A fork also brings to mind thoughts of long ago and the Little Mermaid. Do you remember the bit where she found a fork and thought we humans used them to brush our hair? She called them dingle hoppers. What a name. Very clever girl with her treasures. My ex-husband and his old college roommate used to sing songs from the Little Mermaid. They knew every word. What a great time it was to sit in between the two songbirds in a small pickup truck while they serenaded me with those songs. That was a very long time ago. I wonder if he still remembers the words? I’ll have to tell my girls to have him sing those songs to them. I think they’d get a great laugh out of it.
We have to be true to word “fork” and not forget the definition of “fork”.
Simple Definition of fork
: a small tool with two or more pointed parts (called prongs or tines) used for picking up and eating food
: a garden tool with two or more prongs used for lifting and digging soil
: a place where something (such as a road or river) divides into two parts