I wouldn't call it art, but I'm going along with the invite from TaraDharma to post what's on your refrigerator today. I hope other people have more interesting fridges than mine. Slightly more interesting might be a pic of what's lurking inside my fridge, but let's not go there!Today was Westside's car show and my husband as a volunteer fireman had to go and help out. I stopped by and we did the loop looking at all the cars that had come to show off. They had a really good turn out this year and beautiful weather, so I hope they made lots of money. I don't know the first thing about cars, classic or otherwise, but enjoyed taking pictures of them, mostly because it made the owners feel good for me to show an interest in their car.
I loved the colors of some of these cars - bright orange and purple and this beautiful, almost violet, blue. They were all incredibly shiny and well-cared for. These guys spend so much money on these cars, just to take them out to shows like today's. If they're lucky, they'll win a shiny trophy to go with their shiny car, but that's it.
This bright orange Studebaker truck was my husband's favorite. The whole inside of the hood was mirrored, to show off the engine, I guess. Very shiny! I liked this violet blue Edsel (I'd swear I'd heard my dad talk about Edsel's) - the color was really gorgeous in the sun. There were over 300 cars in the competition, but our friend Jimmy (that's his little red Ford in the photo above) didn't win a trophy. But then, he didn't even wax the truck up so that it would gleam in the sun like the others.