Hello all sending, good wishes.
Well, I'm thinking that it might be time to dig out my Birkenstocks (that Mr P refers to as "those sandals that you bought in Munich" even though that particular pair have been replaced at least twice!)
But my feet are definitely not fit to be exposed to the general public, especially those of a nervous disposition!
I have one of those electric foot sander things, but am wondering about putting my feet in the hands of a professional. Not sure if a chiropodist or a farrier would be the best option
I usually go barefoot indoors, and that is what I am thinking might be the cause of the really hard skin on my heels and the balls of my feet.
Then of course my toenails will need painting, as there seems to be some evidence of the yellowing associated with fungal nail infection , NOT a good look at all.
Has anyone tried those over the counter treatments, and if so, do they work?
Should I accept her? - DNA results
They won't help - charity
Supper, tea or dinner? - mealtimes