As a follow-on from my *House with no fridge* posting I got to thinking about our fridge...
It is one of those big fridge freezer side by side things. Bought new a few years ago, Husbands choice...
I use it though, sometimes I have so much crammed in there nothing else will fit and I have to move things around and take stuff out to fit that bottle of Coke in. Because I have it so crammed there is stuff that ends up being pushed to the back and then ends up having to go to the chooks.
To the left is the inside freezer To the rght is the inside of the fridge. This is what it looked like a couple of days ago. As you can see it is chockers. Notice all the eggs? Four dozen went that afternoon but I have collected more since then and there is 6 dozen in there now.
I like to think that with a bit of rethinking I could do without it, if I lived here, alone. I would eat more eggs and it would encourage me to plant more. I would just cook what I wanted as I wanted it, eat more salad stuff and buy and eat more dried beans and the like. So maybe I could if I had to but probably wont choose to any time soon.
But if I didn't have a fridge where would I put all my reminders and pictures from the grandaughter?
Where would the magnets that I made go?
And the really cool shopping list holder that I made?
Where would I keep our calender of work days? (More his than mine.) And the really great spider magnets that I bought?
Because I am a lazy bit** I like to cook up a lot and keep it in the fridge to save on cooking every day so at the moment a fridge is needed. for my soups and stuff. And all the veg that other people bring out here. And the food that husband has brought home from work...pack of sausages, chops, bread, salad stuff...
We need a fridge.
Hi I live in the Peel Region of WA. We grew all our vegetables during 2010 and will do the same this year but I also want to get fit enough to wander the countryside, climb big rocks and swim in
lakes and rivers.