29 January, 2012

Eureka! I've Found It!!



After all these years, I have finally found it... the  shortcut to creating more time! It looks like it has been waiting at my local discount department store, all I needed to do was find it... Slipper Genie! According to the packaging these clever little slippers will clean my floors while I walk. If that's the case, I could wear them all week long; while putting laundry away, cooking, doing dishes and making the bed. When Friday rolls around the house will already be clean! Oh, just think of the quilts I'll finish.



Life is Good!
I keep tellin' you...

13 comments:

Nane said...

Pair these with the rubber ones that have the bed of nubs lining the insoles that you wear in the shower to automatically wash your feet!

Quiltdivajulie said...

Giggle ...

KaHolly said...

It must feel funny when you walk! But whatever works, right?

Impera_Magna said...

Oooo... I like the pink ones with the bows!

:)

Charleen said...

Great! There's also a pair with spikes so you can aerate your lawn. Now we just have to make sure to walk over every square inch and into every corner :-)

Ann Marie @ 16 Muddy Feet said...

have multiple pairs so you can always have a pair in the laundry and clean pairs are always available. Mine would forever be covered in dog hair!

LizA. said...
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LizA. said...

Ahh, but do they clean those dirty spots on the floor left from where the dog stands drooling while staring forlornly at the cookie jar.....

Salem Stitcher said...

Snort!

Mama Spark said...

Thanks for sharing this amazing secret!!! Now I know how to make more time too. thank you so much!!!!

Bonnie K Hunter said...

Haven't my socks been doing this all along?! They even pick up thread! ;c)

Janet O. said...

Do you wonder who decided that marketing these would be a good idea?

Jean said...

My luck I would wear them into the sewing room and get thread on them... and scatter it through out the house!
Ha... I do that enough as it is! LoL
I like Janet O.'s comment! Yep... it was probably a quilter/seamstress!