A friend approached me the other day. “I’ve got a shoe waffle for you!” she enthused.
“Spring sandals?” I guessed. Nope. “Winter boots on clearance?” Wrong again.
Turns out she was throwing a dinner party that night and was waffling about whether to ask guests to take off their shoes. My friend and her family recently moved into a brand spanking new house — with wall-to-wall carpet upstairs — and she knew some guests would want the tour.
“Do you think people would mind if I asked them to take off their shoes before going upstairs? Should I put a sign up near the front door so everyone just takes them off when they arrive? Or should I just forget about it and deal?”
So Waffler readers, do you have a shoes off policy at your house? Do you mind taking your shoes off at other people’s houses? And does it make a difference to you if it’s for a fancier, evening event?
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