30 June 2011

What's On Your Fridge?

I've seen those posts around blog land - what's in your purse? I haven't seen a 'what's on your fridge' post yet, so I thought I would share that today.

magnets from catriana designs - from the Keep and Collect Market

a gift from my aunt Cathy at my bridal shower. It broke, but I glued it back together. It is very special to me. 

A great reminder. 

 My mom bought this when I was in high school. The background was originally bright orange; it's totally faded now.

business cards. I should probably take down the midwives one.

 the monthly calendar I print off.

pictures of my children and loved ones. 

these are the children we are sponsoring - from Cotui, Dominican Republic.

I really should organize my fridge. I want to tear all of it off each time I look at it (I like clean, sparse surfaces), but at the same time, I want these things on my fridge.

What's on your fridge?


  1. I love the top magnets!


  2. Nice....NICE...I love the picture of your Mom with Isabel....it is so precious.

  3. Christie: I love them too, when I saw them, I just had to have them!
    Gramma: I know!

  4. Hi Shirley, Debra Clark from Punch Art Fun here. Thanks for your comment on my blog - I replied to you on my blog and then decided to reply here to you too!
    What's on my fridge - a Canada magnet actually! We visited in 2005. Also a few other bits and pieces. I know, I like to have a sparse looking fridge, but I like the bits on it too. To get the best of both worlds I put all the bits in one spot - on the door and then left the freezer bit (at the top) free.
    Bye now, have a great day!

  5. I really like this idea - it's inspiring me to do that same on my blog! (which has been sadly neglected of late - a busy strawberry season tends to do that!!).

    I also used to print off calendar pages for each month, but my Dad gave us a calendar from the Warplane Heritage museum so we've got that up on our wall now :)


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