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If You’re Committed to Being Eccentric… February 27, 2008

Posted by TimTheFoolMan in Fashion.
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…at least be consistent.

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1. Tiffany Taylor - February 27, 2008

😀 You, my dad, and my daughter. “Socks? We don’t need no stinkin’ socks!”

2. Mia - February 27, 2008

Ah, the epitomy of comfy…I’m wondering have you ever had a pedicure? Do you own a pair of brown leather sandals of flip flops?

Tossing you a bottle of Banana Boat SPF 45…Spring is just around the corner!

Smiles from the city of angels

3. Tim - February 28, 2008

Tiffany,

That’s exactly right.

Mia,

A pedicure? Uhm… no. I’m not much on anyone else touching my feet. Come to think of it, I don’t even want my own hands touching them! And no, I don’t own any leather sandals or flip flops. The boat shoes are plenty comfy for me. 😀 – Tim

4. Oscarandre - March 2, 2008

Eccentric? consistent? Yeah, I guess you can be consistently eccentric although you would have to occasionally be uneccentric just to remain eccentric. Or something… anyway, Tim, I was interested in your comment about feet. I am surprised at just how many people are very sensitive about people touching their feet (which is funny when you consider what they are happy to let you touch…). Personally, I find a foot massage Heaven on Earth. Like, there was this time in Cambodia (but that’s another story)…

5. Tim - March 2, 2008

Oscarandre,

Perhaps I should clarify something that might not be clear from the photo: it was 27 deg F outside, there was snow on the ground, and I wasn’t wearing socks.

Make more sense now?

The comment about my feet probably has more to do with being self-conscious about taking proper care of one’s feet. Nothing really hideous, mind you (dry skin, toenails that always seem to need trimming, one toe that looks a bit funky), but the types of things that make me glad that foot washing hasn’t really caught hold in our church. 😉 – Tim

P.S. Cambodia?????


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