Wednesday, September 24, 2008

The Pagan Sphinx Fridge Gallery

The fabulous DCup recently started this meme-like thing where she posted pictures of her fridge Gallery and tagged a few bloggers to do the same. Well, I wasn't tagged but I like these little ideas of hers that can be so fun and distracting and so I am doing it too. What a copycat, huh? Except I won't tag anyone. I do invite you to play too, if you would like. Let me know if you did so I can gaze at your Fridge Gallery.

A lovely but mysterious note that I found behind a bureau a few weeks ago. I don't know who left it but it's very dear. I hazard a few guesses. Supergirl Two has lovely-dovey friends, a couple of whom I've known and loved since they were babies. They're like the nieces I wish I had, I love them still .

An old photo of the Super Little Girls at around 2 and 1/2 and 18 months
(life is the red wagon)

Old news: from the winter of 2007, a news clipping of a photo that I purposely moved to the front so you could take a look; just as you would if you were breathlessly checking out my Fridge Gallery. It's of a paper mache gorilla we threw out in the yard. We gave it its last hurrah before disposing of it in the spring. It was a big hit around the neighborhood with kids and dogs. And, apparently, news photographers with nothing else too exciting to photograph.

A birthday card from my best friend; picture of Supergirl One and a little calendar - one of those where they've made fruit and vegetables into animals and photographed them. You can see how busy my social calendar is ;-)

Then there is my new hair cutter guy's business card. I just found these two great guys that run this salon in a little basement storefront in my town. It's kind of cute and I feel right at home with all the blue-haired old ladies who go for a cut and perm. Except that I only get a cut. No perm. No way. Never.

Magnet holding a very important business card: The Pagan Sphinx's nueromuscular massage therapist. A very kind man with amazing hands that heal my neck, shoulders and back. If I go too long without seeing him, my neck starts to feel like a hard, dry twig that it will snap in half if I look up, down or sideways.

Okay. Your turn!


  1. A fascinating insight into the Sphinx household. I couldn't possible share the front of our fridge with anyone, it would be far too disturbing.

  2. I love this meme. Maybe I'll try it. But my contribution might be a bit disturbing too. We'll see.

  3. I am so glad you did this! I thought about tagging you, but was afraid I'd overloaded you with memes!

    I love getting these glimpses into the everyday life of my online friends.

    Thank you for doing this.

  4. got my fridge pictures up.

    notice the top of the fridge. messy, messy!

  5. How wonderful! Fridge art really gives you a glimpse into a person's life and mind. I may have to do this.


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