Saturday, June 11, 2016


How does this happen? You pour water into the ice cube trays and set them flat in the freezer. Hours later you find this!  Are there wind gusts in the freezer that cause white caps that freeze in these shapes?

This has happened twice this week. Living the high life!

Blissful hugs,

1 comment:

  1. The ice freezes like that sometimes because of the blower that circulates the air around in your freezer. It keeps the freezer cold by circulating the air and makes your ice rise up in spots. This also happens in the winter time when you see ice strangely shaped after it has been windy out.


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