Especially with kids, I think the ability to hang artwork on my refrigerator is my God-given right as a parent. I hate the new non-magnetic fridgie fronts! We inherited our fridge from my mother-in-law and, while it has lovely shelving and a cool bottom freezer, she went for the stainless steel front that won’t hold a magnet.
I miss the ability to put STUFF on the front of the fridge!
I miss my magnetic poetry. I miss my pictures!
I miss my magnets!! Why did this angst come up? We’re getting ready for a garage sale and I just came across the “refigerator box” that’s been languishing in the garage for a year.
Dang, I have the
best magnets, just waiting to be proudly displayed.
There’s the requisite single-girl magnets from before I met Hubby…
My sexist magnets… (Don’t judge me.)
(The one below makes me laugh every time I see it.)
And finally, my fave philosophical magnet.
The last one up there is a quote by
Zora Neale Hurston, a completely fascinating female writer. I bought it in Powell’s Bookstore in Portland (Oregon) in the middle of a really hard year. It’s your turn now…
About Jenny Hansen
By day, Jenny provides training and social media marketing for an accounting firm. By night she writes humor, memoir, women’s fiction and short stories. After 18 years as a corporate software trainer, she’s delighted to sit down while she works.
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