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A Thread of Truth

It is time to come clean about some news I had. It puts on a new spin on things. I am not the only one whose socks have mysteriously disappeared. My neighbors and I aired our dirty laundry and discovered we had similar experiences with the washer/dryer sock gobbler.

The revelation cheers me. Not only do I have camaraderie in the Dept. of Missing Socks, my missing socks may find solace with other mismatched socks. Plus, my neighbors  have lost many more socks after a shorter time here than I who have resided here a longer time. I feel quite fortunate as this is no small feat.

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8 thoughts on “A Thread of Truth

  1. You can start a neighborly Sockless Solos Meet-Up. Maybe one sole mate will find some other even if they’re not compatible in size and color, or sing the aria “Oh Solo Mio.”Soon it will be time for sockless sandals.

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  2. It’s wonderful that the Association of Single Sock (ASS) have gotten their spin together and are hoping to find their Sole-Mates. Perhaps ASS can post a sign at their Sole-Mate Sock Hop to see if any Bobble-Headed Pens can rock-and-roll back to their owner. . . .

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  3. I have just learned to mix and match. If my socks match, great; if they don’t, it was intentional. You know, socks have a wandering sole. They love to travel. Barbara is right…they escape through portals to any where. ~nan

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    1. Mix and match sounds great. I do that too, but when I have socks that are match match, then I want to make sure they are together. I guess I must accept that if they wish to wander, they will.

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