Reading Socks, Reading the Label

I received a pair of Reading Socks this Christmas. Oh, my. So, so comfy. Really, these should have been invented decades ago. Maybe they were, but I just never heard of them. I took the opportunity of wearing my Reading Socks to read the label for their care instructions.

Oh, dear. Machine wash at 40 degrees? Sounds a bit specific. I don’t think I can guarantee that. Bleach when needed? Maybe these are generic instructions and some Reading Socks are white and might need bleaching sometime down the road. Not mine, however. (Non-chorine bleach? What is that?) Hang to dry? No. And last, but not least: Iron Low.

Ha ha ha ha ha. No, and no. I am definitely not ironing my socks, Reading or otherwise.

Do not let the label throw you off track. These Reading Socks are the best. I love them.

Reading Socks. Who knew?

Aloe Infused Socks

I participated in a Secret Santa Swap this year. My box of goodies arrived Monday. (I mailed mine in early November. This was a round-robin swap; we weren’t paired up with the same two people mailing gifts to each other.) One item I received was a pair of Aloe Infused Socks. Even before washing, these felt like the softest socks ever.

I was in a hurry to wear them, but I wanted to wash them first. I gather up the towels and a few other items, deciding to wash them just a tad early as an excuse to wash the socks.

Good idea, bad execution.

The towels got washed. I forgot to add in the socks. Better luck next time, right?