Fridge magnets

I´m not sure how the tradition first started, but it was a long time ago: in my family, whoever goes on a holiday usually brings back fridge magnets as souvenirs. It may seem silly, but I think it´s a nice gesture... Every time I visit my parents or siblings, I spend a good while inspecting their fridge magnets, going over the old familiar ones, and looking for new additions. I have contributed with a few of them myself, of course. And sometimes the same magnet can be found in several houses, in either the same or a slightly different version.

That is perhaps why I have a soft spot for fridge magnets, which together with my fondness of magnetic whiteboards, results in a considerable amount of magnets at home :-)

Some of them I keep always on display, some others I rotate over time. Some of them are presents from family or friends, while others are presents to myself! Today I´m leaving these three here for you, with their cool messages:

Life does not have to be perfect to be wonderful
Worry is like a rocking chair. It will give you something to do, but it won´t get you anywhere
I literally love literature
  • Life does not have to be perfect to be wonderful.
  • Worry is like a rocking chair. It will give you something to do, but it won´t get you anywhere.
  • I literally love literature.

2 thoughts on "Imanes de nevera"

  1. Yo soy de poco imán…. los poquitos que tengo me los ha puesto Luy, cuya madre también colecciona porrón de imanes en su nevera, jajajaja. Me da pavor ver esas neveras tan llenas de imanes, con un claro horror al vacío al más puro estilo barroco. Uff….. hay que dejar sitio limpio y vacío para cosas nuevas; ¿y lo bien que se limpia una nevera sin imanes…. ? xD

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