Alzheimer's Laundry Day

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New Shoes

on January 6, 2012

Me: “Hey Dad, I’m going to go get you some new Velcro shoes and I need to know what size those are.” *point down to his feet*  “You need to switch feet Dad.”

Dad:  “Do what?”

Me:  “Your shoes are on the wrong feet and you need to switch.”

Dad: “No they aren’t! What makes you think they are?”

Me:  “Well Dad, your big toes point in on your feet, and the toes of your shoes are pointing out.”

Dad:  “They’re fine. You don’t know what you’re talking about!”

Me:  “How about this…I’m just crazy, so humor your goofy daughter and just switch your shoes for just a minute and then you can switch right back? Please, Daddy?” *bats eyelashes at him*

Dad:  *exasperated sigh*  “Okay but you don’t know what you’re talking about.”

Me:  “I know, Dad.”

Dad:  *switches shoes and sits up*   “Wow, that feels so much better! Are you sure they were on the wrong feet?”

Me:  “You could switch back now.”

Dad:  “Naw, that’s okay.”

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2 responses to “New Shoes

  1. Aunt Emma says:

    I love reading about the Alzheimer’s Laundry Days.

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