I was so excited 11 years ago to get our new stainless refrigerator. Until I plopped the first magnet up. Thankfully, one side still allows us to have an open gallery. Hint to refrigerator manufacturers, if you make a magnetic panel on the stainless front, sales to grandmas will increase.
The refrigerator has transformed our world. I am not talking about the obvious benefits of extending the life of fresh foods.
The rich sustenance provided by a refrigerator comes in the form of an art gallery.
I am always fascinated by this local gallery in homes. Grandparents, parents, extended family and friends – they all have one. Oh, yeah people post, pin, like, tweet, blog, and G+, but really their greatest treasures will be found in their personal gallery at home. If you want to know where their heart lies, look at the refrigerator, the obvious repository of the heart of bliss.
Mary you are so right, refrigerators should have a magnetic panel for grandmas. It is the best place for all artists of all ages and their photos to be with us as we work in our kitchens. Mine is full of memories.
So true. Ours have to be on the side. I much prefer my gallery on the front.
A place to hang reddy dog pictures too!
Yes, They most certainly are in the bliss category!
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The origin of new artists appear on the refrigerator. I love this blog.
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