My feet smell like gas! Not the kind of gas that is created from Mexican food, the petroleum kind that goes in my car. I ‘ve never realized how dirty gas stations are until I pulled up to one this morning. That’s not entirely true, I always notice how dirty gas stations are when it rains. But today it’s not raining. It’s a beautiful day — yet the residue of gas still lingers on the concrete and now on my feet.
Not only do my feet smell like gas, but I just used a public restroom at the office. Guys are not know for being very accurate…need I say more?!? The good news is that the stall “seemed” clean. We’ll just assume it was clean and not think anymore about it! Needless to say, I won’t be going to the bathroom again until it’s absolutely necessary.
The challenge: when you go into a public bathroom today, or pump gas at a gas station be thankful for shoes. Then think about how much money you spend on 1 pair of shoes — $20, $60, $150 — and consider giving that same amount sometime over the next 10 days. You will be making a real and lasting difference in the life of a child.