Thirty-seven balled-up socks on my boys' bedroom floor this morning. And we're not talking 7.6 socks spread out over five different bedrooms. One large room; 37 socks scattered across one floor.
Granted, if I figure five kids, at two socks per kid, per day, that's less than a week's worth of socks.
(Why weren't there 38?)
But still, wouldn't that bother a person just a little bit? Even at the age of 5, 7, 9, 11 or 13; wouldn't you wake up one morning and think, Good Grief, there are a lot of socks on the floor. I think I'll grab a handful, and on my way past the hamper, I'll throw them in that general direction.