Friday, February 17, 2012
Earl J. Woods and the Icebox of Malice
It did not. Two days ago, I decided that the problem warranted more thorough investigation. And so on bended knee I peered into the fridge and saw that a four-inch-thick layer of ice had formed around the perimeter of the freezer section, preventing the inner freezer door from closing all the way, which in turn blocked the fridge door from closing.
The solution was simple enough. I retrieved my hammer from my library and smashed the ice into frosty chunks, easily deposited into a handy bucket. Problem solved!