Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Desperately Seeking . . .

Golfer with two left feet.



Or maybe someone with just one left foot who happens to play golf and wears the sample size would do? I'd love to donate this stuff, but who needs a bunch of left-footed golf shoes?

When we moved into our house three and a half years ago from the Seattle area, we were basically clean as a whistle. I had a garage sale and donated all that extra baggage! I did move a few things I probably should have gotten rid of, but we were in good shape.

Now? Different story. The garage is packed full once again. Michael's car is actually sitting in there because he drives a company vehicle all over the country. The car hasn't moved since he left it there almost two years ago. In addition to his car, he's dumped his samples in the car and all over the garage. Boxes of left shoes, rubber golf cleats, etc.... From what I can figure out, they evidently just carry the left shoe as samples for people to try on in the Ecco wagon? Anyway, everytime a new line comes out, he appears to have dumped all the old left feet samples in our garage. Grrrr.

Not that Michael's the only culprit. Where did those old televisions and computers come from?

3 comments:

Jamqueen said...

How about some planters for the yard? You are crafty--you should be able to come up with some way to use the shoes!

Life's a Beach! said...

Ann, I think I'll plant a small cactus in one of them and place it on the bedside table in that room on the front of the house where Michael sleeps and stores the rest of his stuff. He comes back through for a short visit soon. Wonder if he'd notice it? Craig actually has a shoe on display in his office signed by one of the big golf names. Maybe Michael could just get autographs on all the old left shoes and I could have them bronzed and sell them on E-Bay. HA!

Anonymous said...

Beck! I'm sure some amputees would LOVE those stylish shoes! Contact the local veterans hospital, or Google and see where else might could use them!!!

Linda
IC