Archive for February, 2012
Gee I love Facebook. It’s a great space to explore … you never know what you’ll find. I discovered this gem this morning. Don’t know about you but I think the age-wearing limit for Crocs stops at 8. Anything over and it’s time to graduate into something a little more stylish.
I have many friends who disagree and who claim their Crocs are the comfiest shoes they’ve ever worn. I think they’re deluded … or maybe they’re just blind.
One friend stole her husband’s Crocs so often that he bought her a pair. They say they’re great shoes to wear on the farm because you can just hose off the mud. Good point. But still I would never stoop to the Croc low. Gumboots were made for this purpose.
And don’t get me started on the price of Crocs … thieves.
Our son James has a pair of Crocs. They have Spiderman on them. He is four.
I rest my case.
The latest edition of Good Taste Magazine features one of our local farmers - Kalbar pumpkin grower Michael Rieck.
He’s been helping out on the family farm since he was a young boy and now his children are enjoying the same farming upbringing that he did.
Qld pumpkins are now in store and they’re great buying because oversupply has led to a very poor market – the farmer’s loss is your gain!
I found this photograph on Facebook. As a mother of two boys under six I concur. If you have boys too you will understand. Who knew furniture was for jumping over? That household ornaments were for throwing at each other? And that kitchen utensils were in fact weapons?
Those who have been before me say it gets better in the teenage years and that they’d much rather have adolescent boys than girls. Only time will tell if that is correct.