What does your refrigerator look like? Send us your stories

By From page A3 | March 01, 2013

FAIRFIELD — A refrigerator can say a lot about a home – those magical objects known as magnets hold up many important objects on the fridge door.

A magnet may hold up family photos, old Christmas cards, the family schedule and more. The magnets themselves can hold great significance.

The Daily Republic wants to know what the front of your refrigerator looks like. Is it filled to the brim with photos new and old, or is it neat, organized and clean? Do you have a magnet collections growing on the fridge door or do you think magnets are tacky?

Send in your stories with contact information and city of residence to [email protected] by 5 p.m. March 2. Photos are welcome and encouraged.

Reach Heather Ah San at 427-6977 or [email protected] Follow her on Twitter at www.twitter.com/HeatherMalia.

Heather Ah San

Heather Ah San

Heather Ah San covers Rio Vista, features and general news for the Daily Republic. She received her bachelors of art degree from the University of Oregon.

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  • Rich GiddensFebruary 22, 2013 - 5:10 pm

    I love my General Electric refrigerator. It features ample space and easy cleaning features. I love the water dispenser and ice maker. Most of all I loved the government subsidized rebate price and discount I got from Home Depot. GE has a finish on it called ''clean steel'' but its in fact aircraft grade aluminum. And of course 30 years worth of magnets and grade school memorobilia attached to it give it that family look with kids pictures and appointment reminders too. Instead of refrigerators you should do a story on GE's newly proposed industrial internet that has the potential of saving consumer and industrial customers trillions. Apparently GE wants to hook up all their products to a dedicated industrial internet that would monitor trillions of test points on millions of products like their refrigerators for out-of-tolerence conditions to warn consumers of breakdowns or service interruptions.

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