It seems I'm a day late for "I" because I was out of state. It is hard to keep up sometimes when life interferes.
So for "I"...hmmm!
I is for Ice Cubes
Did you know that Robert Groff Copeman invented the first rubber ice tray in 1928? Well, he did. He had been collecting sap from maple trees when he noticed the ice chips slide off his rubber boots, thus giving him the idea for the first rubber ice trays.
In 1933, the first flexible stainless steel ice tray was created by Guy L. Tinkman. You could actually twist the tray, and out popped the cubes. I remember those.
And so it is, "I" is for Ice Cubes.
I love ice in my drinks. Thank goodness for ice makers today that automatically generate your ice, giving you an endless supply at your fingertips. I love modern technology.