If your mother-in-law (or mother-in-law) is called the Higgs boson, then one such excited Higgs boson is enough for you to screw the bulb into the right socket at the right time.
And what if you count through the mass? Experimentally find out the friction force of a light bulb on a cartridge, find out the mass necessary to overcome the friction force, divide by the mass of bosons. The mass of an ordinary boson is about 125.09 GeV / c². 1 eV = 1.782 661 907 (11) 10−36 kg