One of our dwellings in the early years of our marriage, in a house converted into apartments, did not come equipped with a refrigerator. So my husband bought an inexpensive used (translation: old) fridge and “updated” it with day-glo orange spray paint.
It stood four feet tall. Inside the fridge was an aluminum freezer compartment, just big enough to hold one carton of ice cream, a package of meat, and an ice cube tray. It frequently developed a coat of ice crystals, which we would chip off whenever it got so thick as to reduce its capacity.
So, my interpretation of today’s prompt, neon sign, is not a sign at all, but a depiction of our old refrigerator, done with pigma pen, silver metallic gel pen, and orange highlighter:
I am participating in the Index-Card-a-Day Challenge. During June and July, I intend to do something creative every day–a little something, just big enough to fit on an index card. Visit ICAD 2016’s Facebook page if you would like so see what other participants are doing.