Monday, August 10, 2009

Momdot Blog Bingo-R 22

Momdot is hosting a Blog Bingo this week as part of the PR blackout/"Content Week".

I missed out on the first couple balls that were drawn because I was out & about, but I'm going to try to play along for the rest of the week because I really need new blog material!

So, R22 is the ball that is up right now & it's task is to take a picture of the insides of your refrigerator & freezer & post it online. This is pretty easy for me!

Welcome to my fridge. The word art is there for the day-care kids to play with.

This is the inside door of our fridge. A couple noteworthy items include, baby teethers for which baby, I dunno, my chocolate syrup which is almost gone, and more than one bottle of ketchup, mustard, and relish.
This is the inside of our fridge. Noteworthy items include the orange bowl at the top which holds the water which has been leaking for months now, my pregnant lady always present water bottle, and the towels in the produce drawers, which catch more of that leaking water!
This is the inside door of our freezer. Those popsicles have been in there for EVER, there's also a couple things of Girl Scout cookies in there!
This is the inside of our freezer. That red Target reusable bag holds our 20 lbs. of strawberries. We're saving them for this winter when you can't find strawberries in the grocery store for less than $2 a lb. Since we're making menus now & buying groceries once a week, we don't have a lot in the freezer. (We're trying to eat our way through all the food in our house.) So, there you have it, that's our fridge!


fivemonkiesreview said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting! I have never thought to add dish towels to the bottom of the drawers in the fridge, but that is such a great idea!

BTW-I used photoshop to do the blackout dots, but you could really do it in any photo editing software. Just use the pencil on a very big point and click over the # you want to cover. If you use photobucket you could sub one of the stickers over the #!

Louise said...

Yum on the strawberries. I wish we could do that but our freezer is so full it's not funny.