Tuesday, September 21, 2010

What is in YOUR Refrigerator?

A few years ago we had the kitcehn remodeled. New Honey Oak Cabinets, with black nobs with dark cherry wood centers, the walls in a chocolate color, and a Brazilian Cherry Hardwood Floor, Black Stove & Microwave and a Black & Stainless Steel Dishwasher.  Then there sat6 are very old but working fine White Refrigerator. So for years you know who has been bitching for one to match, yes me. Well we just purchased a new one. Reasons, much more energy efficient then are 15 year old one, quieter, it has crushed ice a must for me, but most importantly it is BLACK and matches the decor. Happy am I, yes, except for opening it.

You see the last one the bottom drawers were solid and you could not see what was in them. This one they are CLEAR and you see everything. So what you say, well let me tell you there are creatures in those bins. I open the door and they stare at me, I know they want me. I cannot look at them, sill y yess, but that is how my brain reacts to them.Lynn just says Joe, get over yourself and deal with it. Not so simple, things like this are creeping into my life now and I can only wonder what lies ahead. The part of my brain that still understands logic laughs at me, but there is that growing part that sees and witnesses strange things and seems to have more control. The stuff in thre drawers seems to have eyes and moves when I look at it, not anyone else, just me and that is what really counts is how I feel about it.Well I guess I will just have to outfit myself for hunting when I go to the refrig that way I am prepaired for any attack.

Thank you all for being here for me.

God Bless & Keep You & This Country of Ours!!
joe


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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have an idea. Maybe you could cover the front of the drawer so it would look solid and not so scary.Perhaps use some construction paper. I don't have an account so I must remain anon.

Adirondackcountrygal said...

Just don't shoot the refrigerator Joe!

Annie said...

I have creatures living in my refrigerator bins too; a mouldering cucumber, a half-eaten head of now wilted lettuce. I was going to suggest the same thing as Anon. Cover up the bins so you can't see in. At night, Mom would always wonder who those people are out there. She was seeing our reflections in the window. I soon learned to cover the windows at night so she wouldn't worry. Do whatever you have to do to make yourself comfortable.