My Daily Challenges

March 22, 2010 § 2 Comments

My daily challenges have been known to include this:

Burdock-studded socks...

And this:

Children who slather themselves with butter instead of eating it. Or while eating it. This is organic butter, everyone!

And this:

This is what the floor under my son's high chair looks like after every meal. If my husband wanted to be unkind (not that he ever does), he would also add "And in-between."

And this:

Identify the animal that this manure belongs to!

Here’s how to use this picture to help you decide if, deep down, you are a city or a country person:

Just ask yourself this simple question:

Do I have a problem placing this in my washer?

If the answer is “no,” congratulations! This life is for you.

§ 2 Responses to My Daily Challenges

  • Eva says:

    Thank you for the burdock socks, I thought I was the only one dealing with this repeated issue in the remote hills of Alberta.
    and Yes, many a pants has passed through my washing machine with foreign matter, sometimes unidentifiable, but always belonging to a child with the biggest grin, and the sweetest laughter.
    I enjoy your comments, recipes, pictures. This is the first time on your site; found in my sub. to Mother Earth News May issue.
    Keep up the great work, its awesome!!

    • Sofya says:

      Now that’s really true! The dirtier the kids get, the healthier they look. Now that’s some paradox.

      I am sorry, how did you find the blog you said? And thanks for the compliments!

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