WHAT'S ON MY REFRIGERATOR!!!!!!
Okay, I totally stole the idea from June but hey, sometimes my train of thought leaves the station without me when it comes to blog fodder and a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do.
So without further ado, let's look at What's On My Fridge:
In the upper left corner is a magnet of a hockey puck with the name of one of Thing 2's hockey teams from oh, about 5 years ago. I do not know why it's still there.
Below that is a magnet of a Black Lab that looks exactly like my beloved Lucy (May She Rest in Peace. In my Curio Cabinet/Columbarium). Which is why it's still there. Everytime I get something out of the freezer (vodka), I am reminded of my Lucy. Who I still miss every day.
Next to Lucy are Thing 2's report cards. 4 A's, 2 B's. Which put her on the Principal's Honor Roll for having a 3.5 and above GPA. Which means she gets to sleep in the house. For now.
Now let's take a gander at the other side, shall we?
There's a lovely note to Thing 2 from one of her favorite middle school teachers which is held by a Chester Cheetah magnet clip. I have no idea where that magnet clip came from.
Next to the note is a photo of Thing 2 taken by her orthodontist the day she got her braces off.
Next to that is an invitation Thing 1 received when Warden Threw a Party at the Santa Barbara County Jail over Halloween weekend. All charges were dropped but I keep the citation up there so that Thing 1 is reminded of his drunk and stupid actions every time he opens the fridge.
Below that is the 2009 Christmas Card from my dear friend Bubbles. I have no idea why I still have it up there but why rush to take it down, I ask. It's held up by a Dominos Pizza magnet. I know the phone number by heart, I don't need to read the magnet whenever I want to order pizza.
Next to the 2009 Christmas Card from Bubbles und familia (see how multi-lingual I am?) is a notice from Thing 2's school telling us we have to get her a whooping cough booster shot before she can start school in the fall.
So that concludes the tour of the doors of my refrigerator. I hope you enjoyed it. Maybe next time we can do a tour of the contents. I know, the excitement never ends here.