I am mentally, emotionally and physically on autopilot about to crash and burn. I just don't have the ability to process a coherent thought for a proper post. My boss hasn't shown up the past two days to close the classroom, so I have been doing it by myself, plus boxing up my own house, plus taking care of my mom...you see where I am going with this?
Anywho, since I can't post properly, I thought I would ask a question that gravely concerns me every time it comes into my line of sight. Maybe someone can give me an answer or at least fathom a good guess. Here goes:
WHERE DO ALL THE SHOES IN THE MIDDLE OF A ROAD COME FROM?
Seriously. I know that shoes tied around an electric line represent a drug corner (supposedly) but who loses shoes out of their car? And when they lose them, why don't they go back and get them. Shoes aren't cheap. I drove the 100 mile roundtrip to see my mom today and there were no fewer than 4 pairs of shoes tossed into the middle of the road. And they were all in various locations. Some where in the city, some where on a swampy back country road. One pair was on a bridge. WHO IS LOSING THEIR SHOES?
Cyberworld, help me out with this question that has been driving me crazy for years. How do the shoes end up lost on these roads? And no, Bush has not been in my area lately followed by angry Iraqian journalists.