Yes, they are both white with navy blue trim, but yesterday after washing what I thought was my 'less old' pair, I did think it odd when I noticed they had two different colored insoles. Today I grabbed my 'old pair' by the heels to head out to use the shovel and saw how different those two shoes were! What???? Sure enough, when I looked in these dry shoes, this pair also had two different colored insoles.
Sigh..........mystery of yesterday's discovery solved, but where have I been not to notice this myself, either the outer appearance or how they felt on my feet? I feel like quoting Homer Simpson with a good "D'oh!"
Thanks, friends! Now I wonder what else you aren't telling me - haha!
Wow, one more reason to be glad the chaos of the past two years is winding down. Now that I actually look at these 2 pair of shoes, I think it is time to actually buy a third pair so I don't always look like I have been in the dirt when I go to town. Hopefully I'll be able to distinguish that new pair from my two old pair, at least for a few months. :-) Remember when I made a few comments about reading the book The Dirty Life by Kristin Kimball? Maybe a few months of new shoes looking respectable is the most I can hope for when living on the farm!
"Cultivate your life - you are what you grow - inch by inch, row by row"
Diana Dyer, MS, RD