A Story in Your Fridge?



I've often entertained paranoid suspicions about my fridge and what it's been doing to my poetry when I'm not looking, but I never even considered that my fan was thinking about me.
George Murray


I just found Fridgewatcher which is a blog where readers contribute pictures of the inside and outside of their fridge. At first, I thought this was a little odd but the more posts I looked at the more I felt I could write about these people who just sent in a few pictures of the inside of their fridge.It is an interesting concept.

Today, visit Fridgewatcher and write a story about one of the posts maybe the three college students or the single guy from Rome.Or open your fridge and write a page about the person who owns that fridge.Have the same type of items been in your fridge for years or does the contents of your fridge change drastically month to month. Similiar to the medicine cabinet peekers, I do have friends that peek in fridges. What does your fridge say about you? Now get back to work!

Lovingly,

The Writing Nag and Fridgey (yes I named my new fridge)

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