So I've been on vacation! An actual vacation, spent with my elderly relatives in Florida, for ten whole days. Talk about bliss. =)
And now I'm back, returned and refreshed, and working on catching up with everything that's in my inbox.
While I'm busy doing that, I leave you all with the great shoe quandary:
In my family, we have never worn shoes in the house. They track in dirt and make the floor messy; we always take our shoes off in my parents' house and my house and so forth. But when I was in Florida, and visited my great-aunt, she very adamantly wanted me to wear my shoes in her house. Now my question is, is this just a generational thing because my aunt is in mid-90's? Or is this something else, which I have no clue about?
Why wear shoes in the house? Why don't wear shoes in the house? What do you guys do? Discuss. =)