Can I possibly make it through this gardening season with these shoes?
They've become like old friends. I can't work in the garden without them. I have defective feet. I have to wear tie shoes. Crocs or flip-flops won't do it for me.
Problem is I'm experiencing serious leakage in the right foot toe area. On a dewy morning my whole right foot quickly becomes wet and squishy.
On a dry day dust and dirt filter in leaving my once white socks . . . well, not so white anymore. When stripping in the evening before showering, my bare foot doesn't look so good either.
I've considered a liberal application of duct tape but that might hamper the flexibility of these super-comfy foot coverings.
What's a girl to do?
Eeeeek, I can't wear these!
The glare from these will scramble signals from satellites.
Beneficial garden insects will flee the premises.
These are still serviceable. I've only got a couple/few more months to go in the season. My good ol' garden shoes and I will make it. Some way. Or not.
the quotidian (12.11.17)
8 hours ago