When the original post on this topic went up on March 17, 2009 I wasn’t trying to start a series. I mean, think about it. Would anyone other than footwear manufacturers be interested in sock serialization?
Therefore, the title of today’s post is a bit of a surprise to me. As was my daughter’s Christmas present. A pair of my very own, custom-made, cable knit Anne Socks. Unlike the pair pictured in the March, 2009 post, these socks actually match. And they’re made of a silk/wool blend that doesn’t scratch my tender tootsies in the least.
I love them.
So does Anne. That’s why I shamelessly posed and allowed her to take pictures. Though there’s a risk my feet will go viral and our family’s privacy will be a thing of the past, the world needs to see her handiwork. So she’ll be posting my feet encased in her handiwork on her etsy site in an attempt to generate income and/or paying customers.
I never thought the original post would become a series. But these days, I’m dreaming big. Who knows? Maybe one day Anne Socks will be a household word. If that happens, remember, you heard it here first. The phrase has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?