Peas and Q's and G's

The stainless aspect doesn't stop the kid art that decorates it from sticking—that's what blue painters tape is for.

I like my refrigerator. I picked it out when we moved into our house. It's stainless with double door refrigerator top and freezer on the bottom. The stainless aspect doesn't stop the kid art that decorates it from sticking—that's what blue painters tape is for.

On the right door are two "GALLON" pictures that my daughter drew; one is a huge "G" inside the "G" are "q's" inside the "q's" are "p's" and inside the "p's" are "c's."

Below the big "Gallon" G is the other picture—Gallon Girl—love her! And I do look at her every now again when I'm cooking!

The left door has rip art. Two of them—each child made one—they are colorful and cool (construction paper and glue is all you are allowed to use). You decide on a scene (depending on you ripping skills this may change as you go), and instead of cutting you must gently rip the paper into shape. One is a bionicle scene that my son made; the other is an underwater scene that my daughter made.

I'm a bit of a foodie and love food shopping. One of my favorite answers to "what can I eat" is "open the fridge.” I like the choices it gives and knowing that with just a few ingredients from there I can create another type of art.

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