Tuesday, July 29

Imelda I'm not

I was reading today about a new pumice sponge that you use in the shower to keep your feet soft and free of calluses. Can somebody explain this to me?

As I may have mentioned before, I've never been much of a girlie girl. I have, on the other hand, always loved going barefoot as late into the year as possible. For me, soft feet require shoes and socks. Blech.

Although I own several more pair, I really only wear two pair of shoes all year. In winter, I'm in my tennis shoes (though I may break down and actually buy some snow boots this year). In the summer, if I must wear shoes, I'm in my Tevas. But really, I prefer just the grass under my feet.

So, why exactly am I supposed to scrub extra hard to remove the calluses and make it easier for the prickly weeds to dig in?

1 comment:

  1. Well, that's certainly another way to look at it...

    Maybe there's a nice middle road between soft, vulnerable feet and crusty, flaky, nasty looking heels.

    I'm certain if there is such a medium, you've found it. :>)


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