The Zen of Unsure Things
Mix and Match
Reminds me of the bob Dylan lyric:His clothes are dirty but his hands are clean.
A woman I worked with long ago was griping because her feet hurt; she was uncomfortable, but didn't know why. When we looked at her feet, we found she had on two different shoes, one red, one blue -- and different heel heights to boot!!We've all come to understand that before we criticize another, we must first walk a mile in their shoes. But what if they're mis-matched? On the wrong feet? Belong to different people? Does it clarify or muddy the message?
Confucius he say "Never put your shoes on in the dark."
Charlie Chan say he is gumshoe.
"Shoes and clothing damage our ability to survive naked in the wilderness." Steve MannI'm just sayin'....
The longest journey starts with the first step.
"Did you ever get the feeling that the world was a tuxedo and you were a pair of brown shoes?"George Gobel
Large family. OCD mom.
"despite the condition of the house, they could NEVER say my children went without clean shoes, a place to set on or near the front porch, birds for entertainment or without cable TV!" said Mrs Clamshire.tho gawd help the children should they ever be locked out, that doorbell is a mite high for the little ones!
I used to feel bad because I had no shoes until I met a man who had no feet. And I said, "Mister, can I have your shoes?"Roy Zimmerman of The Foremen
Looks like wash day for shoes. Maybe they did some mud-trampin'.
"Always wear expensive shoes. People notice."Brian Koslow
This is the hardest Zen Monday EVER.
It's hard? But there's no right or wrong so it doesn't matter what you say.This one makes me want lemonade.
Door, I will kick you.
"LIfe is short, buy the shoes."Mattel
But you can leave your hat on.
When I was at college at SanDiegoState, I went to the beach...unbeknownst to me at the time, it was a nude beach...we were climbing on the tidepools (fully clothed...at least as much as a bathing suit!!!) and this couple walked around the edge of a rock and came into view...he was wearing shoes and a hat...won't ever forget that one!!!
There was a critter in "If I Ran the Zoo" with five legs on each side, I think. He must be visiting.
"Ordnung muss sein", as the German frase we learned at school..... or "Everything in it`s place" was what I first thought about,- when I saw this photo.
The Hansen's were never the same after their summer in Japan.
After Alfred cleaned the right side of the porch everyone had to use the back door.
See? This is why you are so amazing. I wouldn't see the magic in this if I was just walking by, but you did.
Mutual admiration society, Margaret. We all see magic in different things. It's fun to point them out to each other. That's art, isn't it? Or one possible definition.
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