Setting up a new refrigerator is not complete until I arrange photos on the freezer door.
Upper left: View from the living room while growing up on a lake in Michigan.
At 16, I tore the mast through the hull on that sailboat. Showing off, I was hanging off ankle straps with the mast leaned over. Wind shifted... over she goes! Mast was stuck in the mud.
Below that: "The Raven and The First Men" carved by Haida artist Bill Reid. Carved from laminated yellow cedar, the sculpture depicts the Haida myth of the Raven discovering mankind in a giant clamshell. University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology.
Shell necklace was a gift from a girl I mentored whose father is from Yap Island in Micronesia. She made it.
Lower right: My late mother in Florida where she lived for 20 years after Dad died. An artist and sailor, Mom enjoyed windsurfing in the Gulf of Mexico.
"I never fell because there are sharks," Mom said.
Show us your refrigerator photos! Whatcha got?