Don’t Lose a Shoe

Tonight, I saw some dried mud at a construction site and decided to walk on top of it around the huge cracks in the dirt. Unfortunately, below the surface, the mud was the perfect consistency to suck me in up to my knees. Luckily, I pulled myself out along with my Teva sandals and Thor-lo socks. The clothes are now in the wash. No way would I toss a good pair of shoes and socks. But apparently, some other lady lost her shoe at the SunTrust ATM, which I had visited earlier in the evening:

The entire parking lot of the SunTrust on Charlotte Avenue was filthy. Please clean it up.

Once, I didn’t have a camera to photograph my very muddy legs and feet.

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