This is slightly off topic but brought a smile to my face. When I was in Tesco today there was lots of children there and I presume that Tesco are helping out the local schools explaining how the supply chain works or agriculture or something. The staff were being really professional and helpful and looks as if they have put a lot of time and effort into helping the schools.
I didn't enjoy this poor man's Bob Dylan, but the link you gave me to Garfunkel's take on 'eyes for you' led me to try the Dick Powell & Ruby Keeler original in the Busby Berkley movie 'Dames', which I found quite magical on a grey day. Hospital Porters are indeed, the Salt of the Earth, but as Mr Doolittle said,'Morals Guvner? I can't afford em!'.
I agree with mrs lego and you cannot measure feet on the internet. I used startrite once for my kids but mainly clarks and I've got to say that even I got Clark's leather sandals rather than those plastic things from woolies.
My sister donated her posh woolly jumpers with the sequins and her high heels to an African charity and it is doubtful if the person who got her shoes can still walk and carry stuff on their head. You only had to look at that Gary Glitter's eyes staring out his head to realise that he was a troubled soul in pain. Goodnight
Were you in the IT wing or were you Dr. Robert Knox or Burke or Hare. I'm assuming these poor souls had no inquisitive relatives and it was against hospital policy. My experience of porters are that they are the salt of the earth and, though poorly paid, they wouldn't be able to make use of anybody's old pjs or false teeth! Is this diversion tactics or what to take attention away from the share price. lol. Hospital food http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBaUvsxgYpw
a no no particularly for children. Pass all the clothes my daughter has outgrown down to my grand-nieces. Never shoes. Everybody's feet are contoured differently surely and a different width. Why don't you wear a hanky of your father's in your pocket and you will always feel close to him without walking in his shoes. Oh too morbid this bb. Off to have some fun.
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