>I’m instituting a new feature for Wednesdays when I don’t necessarily have anything else to post [ although I actually did have an alternative today – but it can just as well wait for tomorrow ]
I’m calling it – as you can see up top there – “What’s On Your … ?”
and I’m hoping that if you are similarly challenged for blog-fodder, that you’ll perhaps follow my lead. Sometimes it will just require you to post a photo. Sometimes there might be backstory needed. You don’t need to wait for a Wednesday to join in either.
so today I want to know “What’s On Your … FRIDGE ?”
If you’re particularly game, you can post a photo ‘as is’ but I promise that I won’t think any less of you if you feel the need for a bit of pre–photoshoot tidying-up [ and who’s to know unless you tell them ?]
Even if there’s nothing on there – which I find difficult to visualise – prove it !
you can just make out the corner of the computer there to the left [ it lives in the space that would’ve originally been meant for a free-standing freezer ]
and I’m sure it will come as no great surprise that it’s covered in things like this:
I especially love my set of ‘create-a-cat-poem’ word magnets bought over at Daylesford
even though they make cleaning the outside of the fridge an absolute pain in the bum
people leave me little messages
and it’s fun to watch them hunt for just the right word … to ponder whether they are ‘allowed’ to disassemble someone else’s poem in order to create their own.
Some ask first
One particular visiting little person was kept occupied for almost an hour and protested strongly when she had to go home
On the next visit she checked to see whether anyone had moved ‘her’ words and was first incensed that they had, and then slightly mollified when I told her that they’d been saved for posterity in a photo.
Sentiments range from the poetic
to the enigmaticSo I wonder … what does my fridge say about me – other than the obvious bit that I luuurve felines ?
and now it’s YOUR turn
please show me
what’s on your fridge
and come back here with a link