Sunday, July 16, 2006

Where are the other ones?




While coming home from a shopping trip today, I noticed several single shoes in different places along the side of the road. They were all different shoes from what I could see; they weren't the mate of the previous shoe or the next shoe lying in the road.

It made me wonder. What happens to these shoes that they get left by the side of the highway? Do people hang their feet out the window and their shoes get blown off in the breeze? Does someone else in the vehicle get angry with them and throw a shoe out the window? Do they fall off the back of a pick-up truck that is packed with moving boxes?

Or are they simply waiting to have someone find them and take them home to meet up with that "lone" sock that we all have found on occasion in our washing machines?

Life is funny.

9 comments:

McSwain said...

That's strange. Hmmm...

Rachel said...

I wonder about the same thing,
Mema. Strange how great minds think alike.

Ame said...

LOL!

The Editor said...

H'mm, does make one wonder...

It's Just Me said...

Yes! It's mind boggling.

Connie and Rob said...

It is a mystery for sure!! Just like why does the dryer eat socks?

Take care,
Connie

Sissy B. said...

What a chucle this gave me...I often wonder the same thing.

Rebecca said...

Hmmm. Interesting. That's really odd, isn't it?

Nunzia said...

haha i like the way you put it. i've often wondered how these shoes get there but the sock theory never crossed my mind!