Today I decided to have a Dr. Pepper for lunch. When I went into the fridge to grab the next can in the 12 pack, it came out kind of sticky. "Hmmm...that's weird," I thought. Being a naturally curious person, I looked at the shelf and saw something equally as sticky. I quickly figured that a can must have leaked and closed the fridge to enjoy my lunch :). After lunch, I pulled the next can out to find it empty but not opened. Oh. No. The bottom of the cardboard was soaked and the shelf was pretty dirty. When I pulled out the drawer, I found where all the Dr. Pepper had gone:
DISGUSTING! So, I had the unexpected punishment joy of cleaning out the refrigerator. I'll be honest, I almost stopped after cleaning this mess, but then decided the satisfaction of a job well done would be worth it. The irony of it all...last weekend, Emily suggested we do a refrigerator clean out and I told her we had to take all the Christmas stuff down. I only wanted to commit to one of those projects. So, of course, when I discovered this mess, Emily is out of town for the weekend and I had the joy of doing it all.by.myself. She'll be pleasantly surprised to be able to cross that chore off her to do list! Here is the finished project:
A slightly less cluttered and extremely shiny refrigerator! Because of this joyous project, I have only gotten this much further on the puzzle today:
Let's see. I am in my thirties and single. I love spending time with my family, friends, reading, playing games, and spectating (but not playing) sports. I was born in Illinois, raised in Georgia, and went to graduate school in Texas. I now live back in Illinois. I work at an agency doing in-home therapy with kids and their families. I attend Bethany Baptist Church and work with AWANA, volunteer in the nursery, and am active in the Career class. My favorite drink is Dr. Pepper (I even like Dr. Pepper Jelly Bellies). Winter is my favorite time of year and in the winter I love to curl up with a good book and a mug of hot chocolate.