This can be dangerous, considering I'm married to a farmer.
However, it's also entertaining, considering he still wears the clothes that had the permanent marker in the pocket, and yes, I still wear the clothes that had the pink Chapstick in the pocket. So this is NOT me pointing fingers, but I do want to tell you about one particularly exciting, and downright shocking, experience I recently had with our clothes dryer.
Here we go...
A few of these items are fairly standard...
|Carpenter's Pencil. Yes, to be a farmer you must be a "jack of all trades"...carpenter, plumber, electrician, welder, accountant, agronomist, chemist, biologist, wildlife behavior and nutrition expert, human resource manager, etc.|
|Pretty standard stuff here. A few washers and a screw, although I'm surprised I didn't get a puncture wound from that one.|
|Told you I wasn't going to point fingers. Check out this collection of bobby pins I found...yep, those are mine :)|
|Pretty pink hair accessories...the kids certainly help with the collection of goodies that is building up in my laundry room.|
All I heard was this HORRIBLE banging and crashing. I took a deep breath, opened the door of the dryer and what to my wondering eye did appear, but ten HUGE nails! Together they must weigh a pound.
It may be time for me to add a new step in my laundry routine...checking pockets :)
Oh, and here's a fun game for this Marvelous Monday, I'll send ten bucks (seriously) to the person can identify this item that I found in my dryer. I bet my fellow farming Mama's will be able to identify it, and I'm betting I'm not the first parent who's had a kiddo rip one of these off.
Have a GREAT week everyone! - Sarah :)
p.s. And if you're having a not-so-marvelous Monday, consider this...
"Cast all your anxiety on Him because He cares for you." - Peter 5:7, NIV.