Posted 17th February, 2008 in
So, my question about "What Comes in Fours" does have a project behind it. I loved everyone's responses, but I haven't necessarily narrowed my plan down to what we should use. You see, we're looking for photograph ideas to put into four frames in our kitchen. And, although the 4 Ninja Turtles would definitely be a guaranteed conversation piece (Thanks Rachel), I'm not sure it's quite what I had in mind! :)
I do like the idea of seasons, US time zones, and Janel suggested photographs of the 4 states we've lived in (IL, AR, MN, and AL). Earth, Fire, Air & Water might be neat, and I liked Sweet, Salty, Bitter, Sour too (since it's for the kitchen). Any more ideas budding now that you know what it's for?
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Hey Andrea. This is what I could come up with. I think some are copies of what you have heard. ENJOY!!!
Final Four (NCAA Tourney)
Four basic food groups
"Four Strong Winds"
four bases in baseball
humans have four blood groups
four leaf clover
Four seasons : spring, summer, autumn, winter
People have four canines, four incisor and four wisdom teeth
"Fantastic Four" movie
Four is the only number in the English language for which the number of letters in its name is equal to the number itself
Alec, Daniel, Stephen and William Baldwin
Four rules : addition, subtraction, multiplication, division
"Ball Four" by Jim Bouton
Butterflies and dragonflies have four wings
Four cardinal directions : north, south, east, west
four cardinal principles
Four Corners Area (USA)
Four estates : politics, administration, judiciary, journalism. Especially in the expression "Fourth Estate", which means journalism
Four Immortal Chaplains (USAT Dorchester, Feb. 3, 1944)
Four Lads, musical group
four quarters (football)
four Superman movies starring Christopher Reeve
Four Tops, musical group
Gang of Four (China)
Horsemen of the Apocalypse : war, famine, plague, death
heart consists of four chambers
Most furniture has four legs
Most vehicles have four wheels
It has nothing to do with the kitchen but: penny, nickel, dime, & quarter (no one uses half-dollars or silver dollars anyway, right?). Or to stick with kitchen stuff-- fork, knife, spoon, and ... napkin. Where do you get these creative ideas?
Considering the pictures are in the kitchen, you could also do the 4 food groups. Maybe a little boring?
College comes in fours (years) for some. You could put a picture from each of the four years. Of course, those pictures must include Toni and myself.
Four family members: That includes the cat
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