Thursday, April 9, 2015

Finding the right pair of slippers

Yes, this is always a very interesting time for me, to find the right pair of slippers that belong to me. However, I am here to tell you that at the end of it all I do end up with the right pair of slippers.

So, how do I determine and decipher that it is indeed my pair of slippers? This entails using my sense of touch to determine. I have to be aware of how my own pair of slippers feels: length, width, style, etc. Then I have to ensure that I find both sides to the pair. Difficult you say? Not as difficult as you may think.

Now, if someone else has the same type of slippers as I, then I have to use other mechanisms. I have to make sure the lengths and thickness match and that if there is someone else with the same type of slippers, that I know whether or not theirs are either smaller or larger than mine. This often happens with Mom and me, when we both have the same types of slippers.

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