Back to the wild

After two days with temperatures in the mid-sixties, the ice block on my balcony finally melted.  Time for the goldfish to move out of my refrigerator

First step was to place the vase inside the pond to allow the
fridge water to equalize with the pond water temperature.
Once the water temperature had equalized, I tipped them out into
the wild blue yonder. They quickly hid on the bottom.

It’s amazing how much more room one has in one’s fridge when there aren’t goldfish living there.



  1. Anonymous · · Reply

    Home sweet home! Lady


  2. I'm still chuckling about you keeping them in your fridge in the first place! 🙂


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