Well. So, Thanksgiving has come and gone, and my kids and their families have all left for home (6 adults and 6 little boys, ranging in age from 3 mos. to 9 years.)
My new morning meditation consists of wandering around my silent, peaceful house, in search of random Lego parts. This is best done by padding around barefoot, as they cannot be seen by the human eye - only felt on the bottom of the foot.
I also invoke all hidden clothing items to come forth and make themselves known -socks, T-shirts and sports bras will be making surprise appearances over the next week or so.
Word to the wise: a favorite hiding place is inside those elasticized sheet corners after the dry cycle ends – whole families of socks can be found tucked away in there.
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