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Friday, June 12, 2009

Aloha Friday

Welcome to this week's addition of Aloha Friday...head over to Kailani's blog to check out what everyone else wants to know today. My question for the day is...

What would you put on a chalkboard vinyl for your refrigerator?

I'm sure this sounds like a completely random question, so let me explain. My sister Jodi has entered into the wonderful world of wall vinyls. As a result Alexa has one on her wall, pictured below, and we absolutely LOVE it! They are also doing chalkboard vinyls, and I'm getting one to put on my fridge, but I have NO IDEA what I want it to say. I don't really want my last name on it, and I just can't seem to come up with anything else I like. I would love to hear your thoughts...and if you want to check out some of their fantastic creations head on over here! Happy Friday everyone!!


Carol said...

This is super cool!! Who knew??
I would have it say "That which doesn't kill me will make me stronger!"
Those are my words to live by!!

Have a super Aloha Friday!

Becca said...

I think any inspirational quote or word would be great :)

Anonymous said...

Clean up your mess!

Tara said...

lol I have no idea.. I probably would have something like "Don't touch the cookies" lol

NateAndJakesMom said...

Hmmm... maybe "A moment on the lips = A lifetime on the hips." LOL

AudreyO said...

Don't foget to hug the cook

PW said...

Since a refrig is usually the place to hang children's drawings, photo's etc. Why not something like

"our showcase"
"MoonBean's showcase"
"Our favorites"
"Look at this"
"Our stash" ...food, photos, etc.

just somethings off the top of my head. have fun.

kailani said...

What a great idea! I think I would put "I will make the most of today by . . ."