The story is about two Moms who started their own business serving a need. The main story is how they built their business.
But it is what their business is for . . .
I know some barefooters who try to keep their feet in shape over the winter by keeping a pan of gravel in the garage. They then spend a bit of time doing the old gravel massage. It’s not like walking, but at least it keeps the soles thick, exercised, and (mostly) in shape.
I’ve tried something a bit different.
I really don’t feel like writing much today, so I think I’ll just highlight a little news blurb I came across. It’s one of those small stories that leaves you asking for more information.
The story is in regards to the Eastern Grass Court Tennis Tournament in the summer of 1969.
There’s a very interesting project out there by a photographer named Jimmy Nelson. The project is Before They Pass Away, looking at some of the few remaining unique human cultures before they all get homogenized away.
An interesting thing (to me) is how many of them still go barefoot.
Two weeks ago was the “Hall of Fame Championship” in Newport, Rhode Island. I have no idea why the International Tennis Hall of Fame is there, but hey, it has to be somewhere, right?
You never see the professionals play their tennis barefoot, but what else are you to do when you are inducted and your footwear sucks?