I do not need to get green feet when I mow the lawn. It is a question of cleanliness or godliness. I can opt for staying clean and wear shoes. And sometimes I do. But often I go bare. If walking barefoot on a carpet of green lawn is not somewhat godly, then I am mistaken in my God.
Godly feet don't have to be green either. Here are some more ways of getting that tingly feeling in your toes.
- Walk in wholesome, earthy mud. Go on, let it squish between your toes and seep into your pores. Mud is good. If you insist on being productive, stamp out some cob mixture and build a house with it.
- Soak it up. Nothing like a foot soak in warm, scented water to help your soul catch up with you. Various hues of pink, apricot and red may ensue.
- Dance in a field of flowers. To get that really velvety yellow glow, it will have to be flowers with lots of pollen, of course. Sunflowers are great for this. If you dance on your hands, that is. For the less acrobatic among us, choose a pumpkin field.
- Paint barefoot. Okay, so this can make your feet go blue in winter. For a more rainbow effect, stick to the warm months. And unless you stay alone with a dozen cats or have a very tolerant partner, the drawing room is not the best place for this. That is why you have a painting room! (You don’t? Neither have I, but a girl can dream.)