How Could You Not Notice

Hi Friends,

I recently noticed my right foot is substantially larger than my left foot. By substantial I am talking more than half an inch. What is most alarming is I don’t know if this is a recent development or if this has been going on for years.

When I was a child shoe stores featured X-ray fluoroscopes that were also know as X-ray Shoe Fitters. These machines were essentially a wooden box about 4 foot square with a ledge where I was instructed to stand. I was further instructed to put my feet into the openings while Mom looked through one viewing porthole and the shoe salesman looked through a second porthole. There was a third port hole for me but I couldn’t cipher diddly squat looking into the contraption. I remember as a child my mother conferring with the shoe salesman discussing what shoe would be best for me but I don’t remember any discussion of one of my feet being bigger than the other.

How could you not notice? My hands are the same size. My eyes look the same. My knees look the same. I think my ears look the same but I am not fast enough to really be  sure.

I don’t limp or gradually turn right or left continuously. I guess it is okay to have different size feet if there are no symptoms.

Having something wrong with you but not having any symptoms is like not having walkie talkies to use at work.

If you don’t have walkie talkies at your school or business or government agency you really don’t know what you are missing. You probably think it is okay to to chase down your colleagues all day or at least wonder why they are not answering their cell phone.

One day there might be an emergency where you need to contact everyone at once and there you’ll be there with no radios.

I wonder if my small foot is going to wear out before my big foot because it has had to do as much work all these years as my big foot.

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Best Wishes,

Manzie R Lawfer