I’ve always hated socks. Apparently most people grow out of this. I didn’t.
A big part of my sock hate revolves around the painful toe seam, but Bombas socks solved that sensory issue and so much more. And, Bombas donates a pair of socks for every pair sold—more than 40 million pairs have been donated to people experiencing homelessness.
These socks are so comfortable that I don’t peel them off the moment I can. Sadly they were sold out of the cool rainbow pattern, but Mama and I got these fun beauties. Here’s our referral code to get 25% off your first order!
Today’s #OneGoodThing with Mama was receiving our wonderful new Bombas socks! What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please share in the comments! And remember, kindness is everything!
Day 172 of 365. And Now Totaling 1,999 Days In A Row. Here’s the first 366 and the following 365, as well as year three, year four, and year five of #OneGoodThing Daily!
On this day…
- 1 year ago: To all the dads and those who serve as dads
- 2 years ago: Eating grapes in the garden
- 3 years ago: A beautiful moment
- 4 years ago: Eating from our garden
- 5 years ago: Beauty in a friend’s garden
My Mum used to buy my socks from a shop that sold goods made by blind people. Or perhaps they were sold for the benefit of blind people. I don’t understand how a blind person could make a pair of socks. Never mind, that’s not important. I’m going back 60 years or so here. She bought a pair that had two internal ‘lumps’, one on each side, at the toe end in each sock. The toe seam, as you’ve called it. They were so uncomfortable I took a pair of scissors and cut all the lumps off. She was not best pleased! It was before we moved house, so I was not yet 10 years old.