Remember the poem “Mary, Mary quite contrary how does your garden grow?” My question for this week is how does your refrigerator door “grow”?
Is your fridge cluttered with out of date invitations, pictures, things clipped from the newspaper or even with magnets you no longer like?
I know there are fridges that can’t hold magnets so yours is as clear as a bell but for those of us who can put things on ours I suggest you stand back; take a look and see if it has grown clutter.
When anything is on the fridge too long it can get covered up or we get so used to it that we don’t actually see what is there.
A cluttered fridge can make the entire room look cluttered. Right now I have 2 special magnets and two recent postcards on the front of mine. I’m o.k. with this, in a week I will be taking down the post cards and putting them with my post card collection.
How does your fridge look? Does it need some clutter control?
By the way—The United States leads the world in the use of refrigerator magnets. (that’s what they say)