National Two Different Colored Shoes Day

With all the National Days I feature on this blog, I like to say there is one for just about everything and everyone. Here is an odd one and the explanation:

National Two Different Colored Shoes Day was created by Dr. Arlene Kaiser.  Kaiser created this day to recognize and celebrate human diversity. According to Kaiser, “The simple act of wearing two different colored shoes proclaims your individuality. By taking this ‘positive risk,’ you can demonstrate your willingness to be different, and show your appreciation for the unique people in your life”. To learn more visit www.nationaltwodifferentcolordedshoesday.com.

Unfortunately this one is not for me. All my shoes are black. Yep, I’m that boring. Perhaps I’ll wear a boot on one foot and a walking shoe on the other. I may limp a bit. Happy Two Different Colored Shoes Day!

National Two Different Colored Shoes Day to recognize and celebrate human diversity.

As always you can find more at http://www.walterthinnes.com and on Twitter @walterthinnes

#ATOBTTR update: okay my beloved Cincinnati Reds – you split this last series with those New York Mets and managed to lose the one game I was able to attend. Come on guys, you can’t win the World Series, as I have predicted you will this year, unless you start winning every series you play. So, step up and let’s take at least three of the four you have coming up with the San Francisco Giants. I know you can do it. Go Reds!

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