I’ve done poorly in slipper selection for the past several years. This is something that is thrown into sharp relief by my wife’s excellent slipper selection skills. I’m always envious of her better slippers.
Part of my problem is I don’t want to spend more than about $15, and I’ll take whatever is at Target the day I happen to think about them. (However, I think Kathy employs the same strategy. She must shop for them at a better time of year than me.)
One of my slippers came apart the other day, before the deep freeze, but I didn’t make the effort to acquire my next disappointing pair. Who knows how crazy it would be in that department, with everyone stocking up on slippers before the cold.