goody two shoes

it’s the monday giggles….

This giggle is brought to you from first foot experience…

I do verily hope you will get a KICK out of it!

Shoe controversies

have presented themselves often throughout history –

from the very near present

to the very far past.

And quite unintentionally I entered the fray the other day when

THIS happened.

(Out in public, no less.)

The agony of Da Feet….

Don’t EVEN ask me how.

Admittedly I toe-tally started out on the wrong foot that morning; however, I knew I would survive because I only first noticed as I made my way through the store at

Walmart.

I knew I was not over-stepping any of the rules there!

Feeling just a little de-feet-ed I quickly remembered Jesus loves me all the way from my head down to my toes, which quickly heeled my sole’s spirit.

Put on then, as God’s chosen ones, holy and beloved, heartfelt compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience,…And let the peace of Christ control your hearts, the peace into which you were also called in one body. And be thankful.

Colossians 12 & 15

So it was then that I became thankful and despite being a bit coma-toes after surviving such embarrassment -when at last I arrived home – a quick search on google confirmed one of two things for me…

Search bar: What does wearing two different shoes mean?

Wearing two different shoes in public typically indicates an extreme disregard for social norms — it can mean only two things: You’re in the middle of a mental breakdown, or your house was on fire and you grabbed whatever you could.

google search: thecut.com

I just may need to put my foot down and ask you,

Which of the two do you think are true??

hugs and blessings for all the times we are able to giggle at ourselves and invite others to join along in the pun!

2 thoughts on “goody two shoes

  1. Delightful post. Thank you. For a giggle in return this is my true story. I was running late for work (many years ago) I did not have a mirror but hurriedly finished putting on my makeup on the train. I arrived at work and everyone was looking at me in a puzzled way. Obviously no one wanted to ‘upset me’. (or believe I had gone a bit odd) I had applied my blue eyeshadow to my lips and my lipstick to my eyelids. Some of the young men actually thought it was a new trend. Getting the lipstick off my eyelids was the hardest bit. It seemed to soak into the tender skin.
    Ah Memories! No I don’t think at all you are losing it or demented. Busy, passionate and lovely! God Bless!

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