These “Georgia” boots have encountered: more hiking trails in the forest than can be counted, snakes, feces, and mud holes to name a few. They have supported my feet doing aggressive yard work over the years: like hedge trimming, bush cutting, and hauling volumes of debris over hill and dale by wheelbarrow.
When worn they do not feel like you are wearing boots at all, but like a comfortable pair of slippers that you have slipped into after a hard day’s work.
Recently, I decided to take them to our local shoe repair and get them cleaned and shined. I have, over the years, polished them myself and now taking them to the shoe repair is a bit radical for me. I am sure like so many folks, there is always a pressing bill to pay or to attend to your family needs before yours, as with Zen, who is like caring for family. That is what we do…right?
This time, I found myself saying, “I am getting these sorry a** looking boots some care” and I did just that,
So, I will end today by issuing a challenge: if you haven’t done something nice for yourself in awhile…why not take the time and treat yourself to_______. (YOU fill in the blank.) Even if it is as simple as getting your favorite pair of boots polished.
As you can see, they turned out pretty darn nice. Hey, I guess this is my first ever Selfie!
Well, kind of. LOL