Last fall, I saw this post by Isabel (which she based off of this post by Kerrianne). It's a spinoff on the cart thing: not only do you get to see what people buy and eat, but you also get to see how they store it, which is just another indicator of their personality. I wanted to do my own fridge post back then but I never got around to it until today.
So, after our Safeway.com grocery delivery came this morning, I decided to take the photos and write this post. (I also cleaned all the old tupperware out of the fridge...usually there are about 7 tupperware containers with food at various degrees on the leftover chain -- ranging from "Ok, I can eat this," to "WTF was that, anyway?" So then, if I'm right and the contents of one's refrigerator reveal something about that person, then I guess this means that outwardly, I am worried about what people think of me, but inwardly, I'm really lazy about cleaning out the fridge.)
Anyway, without further ado, here is my fridge!
Clearly, there's a lot going on here. I tried to label some things, but it was hard to read the labels because they blended in with the pictures. Some fun highlights are:
- In the upper left-hand corner is a photo of us on our first date (my senior prom!) eight years ago next week.
- The photobooth photos are fun, too. The ones that have been cut up were taken in Seaside, OR on 1/1/00. The long strip that isn't cut were taken in the very same booth on our honeymoon in August 2003.
- The one of me in a graduation gown with my mom (in the red shirt) in the center was taken at SPU's Ivy Cutting in June 2002. (I can't believe it's been FIVE YEARS since I graduated from college!)
- The black rectangle at the very top on the right is Brett's sister's Save the Date, featuring a photo taken by Brett! To the left of that is the Save the Date for Brett's cousin.
I can't wait until we get a house or something so I can have a huge stand-alone freezer, wherein I can store lots of yummy things. Probably including a ton of ice cream, if this picture is any indication. (Ok, I should note that of the...um...five? Six? I don't know. Anyway, of the multiple ice cream containers in there, most of them are nearly empty and probably just need to be thrown away due to freezer burn and the like.)
The inside of the fridge: I promise, it will not stay organized like this.
So there you have it. And here is my question for you: If I'm right, and what you buy and how you store it does reflect your personality, what does my fridge say about me?