Yesterday afternoon, the first three bold and curious ones came from Terry Cole’s SYM to visit and work in the mosaic studio.
As with everyone who visits the studio for the first time, I went over the safety issues first. While I have the rule of ‘enclosed shoes only’, it is hard to enforce that when the only pair of shoes a person owns is flip-flops. (I put her on washing, drying, and sorting duty, where she was less likely to get hurt by shards on the floor.)
Looks like we need a few pairs of slip-on rubber shoes that can be sanitized after each use for our friends in the mosaic room who have none. We might change plans in the winter, since people need to wear the shoes back out again, too.
Anyone have adult-sized rubber shoes to donate to the cause?