What’s On MY Fridge? – Proof that you should NOT trust me ;0)

So this week, Kim at Dirty Diaper Laundry had a fun link up series where you show what’s on your fridge. Her philosophy is that you can tell a lot about someone’s fridge based on what is on it.

In fact, she even said, “You can’t trust a person with nothing on their fridge.”

Gulp, so with that said, here is my fridge.

OK, now IN MY DEFENSE (1) our refrigerator isn’t magnetic in the front and (2) any time I try to put something up on the fridge, hubby takes it down.

On the side: ANCIENT grocery list, calendar where I SHOULD be writing a meal plan, German mood face thingy, two oven timers because my husband is addicted to kitchen gadgets and won’t stop buying them. I did used to have a pictionary sketch of a toilet that my brother in law drew, but I think that fell down.

I would argue that there are other places where you can “READ” a person. So I will give you a glimpse of places not hindered by a persnickety husband and lack of magnetism:

Nightstand:

Cell phone that is our homephone, Everyday Food Magazine (my fav!), Kindle (Reading “Only You”…TERRIBLE book), Book about Women from my church, Nursing Cover, Dave Ramsey Total Money Makeover, Rachael Ray Magazine (shoved down side of bed), and Fire Extinguisher as my middle of the night weapon in case someone comes to attack me (my rule is never use a weapon that can be used back on you and kill you….like one time I thought someone was in the back of my house and I grabbed a dryer ball…plus this one is more of a multitasker)  :)

 

And you know how much I LOVE you when I let you see my office. Top shelf: diapers for giveaways, candy, jewelry, etc.

Second shelf: coupon magazines, writing textbooks, baby food books, camera lenses

Desk area(it’s actually my closet!): pictures of my husband and children. On the desk are pictures taken of both children when they are born, massive paper stack I need to file.

But Kim’s theory about not trusting someone who has nothing on their fridge is true because, truth be said, I kind of tidied the desk up for you. I’ve been out of town all week and hubby put all of my stuff that was around the house on the desk. So you couldn’t see the desk because there was so much crap on it. So I guess I can’t be trusted :)

Tara Porter

Tara Porter began using cloth diapers in 2011 when she felt that using disposable diapers was costing too much money. The problem was, a lot of the highly recommended diapers weren’t working for her baby. What she finally discovered was that her baby was skinny and a heavy wetter, and that diapers worked differently for those baby types. Because of her professional work with survey design and statistics, she designed Padded Tush Stats as a way to determine how different cloth diapers worked on different babies.

Tara moved on to other career endeavors in 2014 but can still be found online blogging about health and fitness at Fit Baby Steps.
  • jessica

    Ohh so we can’t trust your husband!! (since he takes it down)

  • http://www.greenmommydiapers.com Shannon Green

    I was just about to say, “boo” to your super clean fridge…but then I saw Ikea storage boxes in your office and knew we could get along just nicely! I should have taken a picture of my office (it’s less messy then the fridge and filled with the green Ikea boxes)! What a great idea!

    • Tara

      Haha, I am glad that Ikea redeemed me. I flippin LOVE Ikea.

  • http://www.makingitworkblog.com/ Carolyn Russell

    Hahaha, this is hilarious, I love it! :)