"Now I want to see INSIDE your refrigerator. And DO.NOT.CLEAN.IT.OUT. We want to see it in all its glory. However empty or full. And if you don't have a refrigerator? Show me your cooler, or whatever container you use to keep things nice and cool."
Uh...okay...sure you wanna see this? I'm not even sure I wanna see...but here goes. Flinging the door open wide...
Hmmm...there are some healthy choices in there. Guess I forgot to open the bins. Just know that there are sodas in the bottom right bin, then lettuce, carrots, grapes and probably some mucky things lurking around in the bottom left bin. The middle bin contains sliced cheese, grated cheese, more lunchmeat, and string cheese. Here's the inside of the door:
Just thrilling, huh? Most of the time, Roger keeps the fridge clean - so we don't have anything outdated or spoiled in there. I think it's his nurse training, not wanting us to get botulism. Here's the hodge-podgery of stuff stuck to our fridge:
And lastly - the extra beer fridge, which got a good workout last night. Hence the lack of contents. Since I live in a dry county, I have to drive an hour and a half ONE WAY to get alcohol. Now, it's only 13 miles or so to the state line in Oklahoma...and I know people who drive over there to get their beer - but the alcohol content is greatly reduced. I drank Texas beer for years - so only Arkansas beer is good enough for me. I will occasionally drink an Oklahoma beer, if offered one - I'm not uppity, but it's just not the same.I just now realized that I forgot to show you my freezer.
You KNOW I can't do a post without a house update!! So, here's some bonus stuff. The actual progress to date is more than I'll share today - just to keep you in suspense. But the rest of the blocks were delivered, and they began the foundation!The little tractor-thingy supposedly costs tens-of-thousands of dollars...amazing. They mix the sand and concrete stuff with water in a mixer to get the goop that holds the blocks together. Can you tell I'm learning all the technical terms in the process?
Here is the dude, gooping the stuff together. Goop away, mason dude. After all the hauling, stacking, and gooping, you get something that looks like this:The rectangular thing is our back patio. Let me tell you, the guys on site work HARD to make this happen in two days. I will share photos in the next day or so of the rest of their progress. Here is the head mason dude. He was a little shy, and Jackie had to coax him out of the truck a bit so I could take his photo. He has no idea how famous he will soon be:
Especially after you take a good hard look at his logo. I KNOW my foundation is solid, folks! Now quit wasting your time here, and go check out all the Fun Monday participants!