“Show and tell” is one of those American cultural and educational touchstones. Some kid brings a funny looking rock, another a model train, and the third will bring something inappropriate that should result in hilarity, like his mom’s birth control. Tee vee has taught me that this is what will happen. And thank goodness because, in my actual, very American experience, I don’t have much recall of having to participate in many show and tell sessions. So thank you, blog, for helping me work through this urge to have people look at me for a little while, but not too long, as I talk about my possessions.
Now then, check out these shoes I found at Savers a few weeks back!
How can something this close to perfect even exist? The two holes for the tie! The fringe! The proportion! They’ve never even been worn!
And then, there is the name.
And let’s round it out with an action shot.
I will now end my evening by drinking in this huge mug of peppermint tea, listening to late 1960s Vietnamese rock and roll, and clicking my heels against the floor, probably to the irritation of my downstairs neighbors.