{this moment}

 

A friday ritual.

A single photo,

no words.

Capturing a moment of the week.

A simple, special, extraordinary moment.

A moment I (might) want to pause, savor, and remember.

~soulemama

 

0 thoughts on “{this moment}

  1. I feel so much better. Our family has just one less than yours…and our sock basket looks like this. I keep threatening to throw them away, buy new and start from scratch. Such an overwhelming task. (hugs)

  2. Oh goodness..haha I just left a comment on your reeeally old blog. πŸ˜‰ But it was super fun to hear from you on mine! what an honor. πŸ™‚ You’re an inspiration! Keep seeking Jesus with everything you have. πŸ˜€

  3. Lol! I got tired of having that much fun a few years ago and bought all my children their own kind of socks.  No one has the same kind, that way I just throw their socks in their tub and I NEVER have to match.  I have one less child than you so I don’t know if you can do that, but hey, it might be worth a try!

  4. lol. Love it! I’ve been there and feel your pain. There are so many close.. look at all those whites, but several minor differences like a stripe or height or width of ribbing. Luckily it’s a trend now to mismatch socks. They even sell them that way in the mall, so don’t fret or throw out the lonlies.

  5. Good gravy! That is a LOT of socks! I say white for girls and black for guys. All the same kind. There’s a family in the U.S. (I think they are called the Dugers) and they have about 18 kids! Imagine. The mom uses the black and white sock plan. There are only two of us, and I have a whole guilty drawer of socks that do not match. I just can’t seem to throw them away. I guess I am hoping for a miracle. Sock reunion. Ha. No, maybe Pinterest has something I could do with them. Hmmm…. I should check…. OK — I am rambling! Have a lovely weekend, friend.

  6. if you don’t mind if i make a suggestion…. maybe try safety pining matching socks together after the kids take them off? so they wash & dry together? socks matching seems very time consuming.

  7. Ha!   I thought the sock eating monster was exclusivley at my house!   It truly is a “puzzle” you do not have to buy!  Although I am a bit envious, I do wish I had a sweet dog by my side in these tasks.:)

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