Monday, July 14, 2008

You'd Think I Was a Shoemaker

Isn't it the shoemakers children that are supposed to go shoeless? I make slippers, true, but this is getting ridiculous.
Especially for 20 mile hikes.
The pair of shoes with attached soles, cushioning, and no drainage at the toes lives in the closet. Can anyone tell me why? Actually, I think I know the answer. It's three letters long, and is something like B-O-Y.

1 comment:

twsitedinstitches said...

There's no gum embedded in the soles, nor funny looking brown stuff caked on the sides to add to the odors of said shoes...I say you're doing okay regarding the residence in the closet?!

Now, for the 20 mile hike, I would wonder seriously if the wearer of this shoe would truly enjoy his trip with the pictured shoes, seeing as the reliability of the shoes getting HIM 20 miles is in question.


From the mind of another mother~