Put this up in your kitchen RIGHT NOW!

While I was sitting at home the other night, I was having one of those nights where I was in deep thought about how crazy the world has been lately. Not to be a Debbie downer, but we are coming up on the one year anniversary on the whole COVID-19 pandemic lifting off. A whole year of craziness is almost behind us and as I was trying to come up with a way to give us all some sort of good luck....it hit me!

My grandma used to always tell me way back when that if you ever move into a new house, or apartment one of the first things you need to do is make sure that somewhere in the house you hang up a wooden fork and a wooden spoon. She always said that it was like a lucky rabbits foot for the inside of the house. Has anyone else ever heard of anything like this?

Does anyone have a wooden fork, or spoon hanging in their house right now? If you do, call or text us through the Wolf app, and if possible snap a quick picture of it and send it to us as well.

Dee called in to the Wakin' Up with CJ and Jess Show today and told us that people back in the day would hang up something called a "kitchen witch" in their houses for good luck. She told us that it was a comical kinda witch, that was sitting, not on a regular broom, but on a wooden spoon or fork. Katlyn texted us that, "I have a fork and spoon in my house but mine are plastic and they have been there since I was little."

Mike texted us and said that his, very Italian family, has a set of wooden forks and spoons that have been passed down from generation to generation. He told us the forks and spoons are loved so much in his family, that when his parents passed away him, and his siblings fought for a long time as to who would get them.

Weird Furniture in the Hudson Valley