Winter is definitely setting in. I hear East Coast is in a cold frenzy and some southern states declared some sort of emergency as they got snow fall! Oooo Sounds chilly! Up here in Canada, I am keeping warm. After all, I’m Canadian not because I don’t feel the cold, it’s because I dress for it.
I have been making it a point to get outside and play in the snow this winter. It’s fantastic!
Anyways… Let’s get to the good parts for the sock lovers out there! I took a few pictures of my old pairs of socks to put them up on the worn socks page. Naturally, I took a bunch more pictures that I want to share with you as I rant about each pair. I hope you will enjoy these pictures.
So after I took these pictures, this pair of socks ended up in the wash. And now I can only find one sock!
Not to worry I have these in pink, blue and orange.
These socks stay tight on my feet all day long. They get pretty smelly.
This lovely pair has survived my sock drawer for years. I don’t even remember when they showed up. Or how. Did I buy them? Did I get them as a present? Did I jack them from a girl I was seeing? I dunnoo! But I have had these for ever!
I am very surprised at how white the soles of the socks have stayed. Because I sure have put them though some abuse ove the years. I love watching the pristine white fabric get dirty as I go about my day. It brings me satisfaction seeing the prints of my soles emerge on the bottom of my socks, in a great detail, every little toe standing out.
Meet my fuzzy house socks!
What is this type of sock fabric called? Please, comment if you know! I call it ‘super soft teddy bear fabric’. Something tells me this is not the actual name of the fabric.
Looks like black in the pictures, but the soles are dark blue.
I also have another pair just like this in red/grey combo.
Often, no show socks slip right off, these stay tight on my foot. So thick with lots of cushion on the bottom.
I hope you enjoyed this rather long picture post.