Taylor noticed my shoes and called them “interesting.”
“Cute interesting or weird interesting?” I asked.
Who’da thought I’d get a compliment on the world’s most comfortable shoes purchased for $2 at a retirement community basement sale?
Trouble with those very comfortable shoes is the color. I need black shoes to wear with my predominately black wardrobe.
Shopping in stores is not my forte, so to find something as specific as bernie mev. shoes I needed Google! I found the perfect pair at zappos.com. They arrived on my porch at the appointed time, but they were too snug at the toe. I called to get exchange instructions and received extraordinarily helpful service! I printed off the return label and sent off the shoes in their original packaging.
The very next day my second pair of shoes arrived. If I had two left feet of different sizes, they’d be perfect!
I called Zappos again the next day with my funny story. Apparently not everyone who calls with a “funny” story thinks it’s funny. This time I was told to either toss the shoes or donate them. She would order up another pair and issue a $30 coupon for my inconvenience. Sweet!
Lucky me! I got one and a half pairs of shoes for half price . . .
. . . plus these two useful shoeboxes.
Please tell me what that apostrophe is doing there!