Oh! Sounds like a tough, and scary, day.
Surely you should get some of these?
which are cheaper than icebugs (do you have a pair of them)?
:( Hope tomorrow goes a LOT better.
are also good, go on and off fairly easily, especially good if you need to also have shoes you can wear indoors.
As my wife infers with a stern glare when I transgress, Nordic people do NOT wear their shoes indoors.
Not even in stores and other public buildings?
Good point. I'm trying to make that work, but it's not easy.
Gee, you guys are tough! I was looking for the verb that suits silent, disapproving communication. Upon further reflection, 'infer' was not it. But neither 'communicate' nor 'transmit' seem exactly right. Any suggestions?
Thank you. Both good. I think my wife would be pleased that she was able to 'intimate' her disapproval with a glance....sounds appropriate for an old married couple. :-)
Aww, Clark. I'm sorry that AP took issue with your word choice.
Makes me think of a time fairly long ago when we were traveling in Japan, scrupulously removing our shoes and donning house slippers every time we came indoors, and I was thinking that it was a pretty civilized custom and perhaps worth adopting, when Rhonda interrupted my fantasy to say, “I can’t wait to get home where I can wear my shoes in the house!” And so we have adopted our rule of house footwear at Ratlum: no icebugs in the house.