“Old Couch” Shoes (story #2)

I am so happy, my family is going to an awesome church right now, and last Wednesday, we visited the youth group for the first time. I already have a couple friends and acquaintances there, and was excited to get to know some of them a little better. That night I was sporting my favorite Yellow Van’s off the Wall tennis shoes. They are absolutely the best tennis shoes ever. The picture above does not capture their full glory, but whatever, you must simply imagine how awesome my shoes are. Anyways, I was talking to this guy and he looked at my shoes and said these exact words “I like your shoes. They look like an old couch.” I was impressed. That dude has some serious complementing skills. That may sound sarcastic of me, but I was genuinely impressed by his metaphor, and thanked him vigorously. A friend of mine standing nearby said “what a complement” and I laughed. But seriously old couches are comfortable and kind of cool. Also the guy was being serious. He did like my shoes. I want to fallow in the footsteps of greatness, and complement like him.

Published by brainchildgalore

I am an art enthusiast who loves many forms of art such as watercolor, drawing, writing, and much more. Here on my blog, I try to show a snippet of my hobbies and artistic endeavors. My life vision is to turn everything into an artistic version of itself, living a life that allows me to be the person God made me to be, and do my best work. Quote of the month "To see the person you will be in 5 years, examine the books you read, the TV shows you watch, and the friends you keep. They will show you a reflection of your future." - a wise person.

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