Thursday, January 7, 2010

Slipper Story


My son asked if I would make him a pair of slippers. He said he couldn't find the ones that he used to have. I said, well, you're 15 now and I made those for you when you were 7. So, I made him a pair of slippers for Christmas. I didn't finish the second one until a few days after, but he didn't mind. When I presented them to him he had a sad look on his face and said that they're not the same! I felt so bad and asked "what do you mean?" and he said "the other ones had little dots on the bottom". Oh, I remembered then that I used glow-in-the-dark fabric paint to make non-skid dots on the bottom of them. I laughed and, luckily, still had some paint. He loves his pocket watch best.

2 comments:

NICO Designs said...

How funny! It says a lot about your young man that he still remembers (and wants) what you made for him as a child.

rosebud101 said...

Even when they grow up, they really don't, do they? That's sweet.

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