Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Fridgerator Blues

Have you ever gone to your Tupperware cabinet (anything that stores leftovers is called Tupperware in my house), and found it nearly empty. You can't figure out where in the world all the containers are?

But then you walk to the fridge to find a cheese stick, because it's lunch time and you just came home from bible study and you have 25 minutes before you have to walk out the door again to go volunteer in your daughters classroom, and suddenly, although you opened that fridge 18 at least times at breakfast this morning, your amazed to see that every blasted container known to man is in your fridge. Some have unidentifiable things in them?

You are tyring desperately to find a lonely cheese stick because you went to the tortilla factory and picked up fresh, right-off-the-griddle, hot, flour tortillas, and the oatmeal you had for breakfast wore off 2 hours ago... (Those tortillas are going to be the end of me...pun totally intended.) You find the cheese stick and think about cleaning out the fridge because something might be living in there.

But then you opt out, cuz eating a cheese stick in a hot tortilla should not be eaten while looking at a container that is growing something unnatural-like.

Then, because everything you do is now a blog-post-in-the-making, you sit down to confess to others that you are horrible fridge cleaner, but what's worse is that you are secretly plotting a plan to just throw out those containers and go buy new ones?

Do you think I (I mean you) could get away with it?

Yeah, I didn't think so either.

But, to make myself feel better, and so I can finish my cheese stick burrito, I think I will go to Fridgewatcher , that way I can feel better about my foul fridge focus (or lack thereof).

I might post my fridge on that site as soon as I clean it and make everything look organized and tidy and well, not green...

No, just kidding! I think posting pictures and writing about a lot of nothing, on the Internet is the silliest thing I have ever heard. Who in the world would do that?

Wait a minute......

2 comments:

June Cutoff Cash said...

All of our stuff is wrapped in green or purple plastic wrap. I have no idea why we felt the need to buy green or purple plastic wrap. Was it Mardi Gras?

At any rate, I recently found half an avocado wrapped up, which I would have loved to have eaten had it not been 700 years old and hiding in that green wrap.

Martha Stewart wants us to throw our food out every 7 days. Martha Stewart is a nutbag.

spaghettipie said...

Okay, that site is crazy!