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Was stupid of me

I put it in the past tense to point out that I'm not a stupid character but everyone makes mistakes. Anyways as I'm apt to do whenever the weather is good or I have enough time I take my daughter for some stroll, some fun or quality outdoor time of sorts. We did some flea market shopping (fleamarket is open from 7am till 2pm) so, we bought goodfood (I miss goodfood Phils. hotdogs) , also a cheap pair of shoes only Euros 5., (the first cheap thing I saw in the fleamarket and I regretted having bought them because I eventually saw other nicer shoes), her little toothbrush (the third for her because she always wants to bring it to her daycare school and end up nowhere) and toothpaste for kid(her second-for same reason) she carried one plastic bag of carrots, she had put her dental hygiene stuff inside, as my hands were full thankfully she didn't ask to be carried herself.
We arrived home after 20 minutes (would have taken five minutes if we didn't have all those stuff to carry and I'd have carried her) but since her steps are little and she walks so slow, sometimes stopping to comment on anything, like the birds feeding on the ground etc. Immediately I cooked her lunch and fed her and then I cleaned our house as she played on her own and then I had the time to open the 'groceries' and when I checked the shoes to my surprise they were both right foot (or feet), the one is size 37 and the other size 38. Good thing they're the same color. We couldn't get back anymore because it was nearing time for my daughter to sleep and the time for the fleamarket to close. I'm not sure if those vendors will be back next week as vendors don't sell in the same place regularly. The cityhall gives them the permit and the choices of places where they can sell on particular weeks. So I'll hope for the best, even for Euros 5.
Well it happens. So I advise everyone to check the goods immediately after buying and not do as I did. OK. Anyways there are still very many things to PRAISE GOD for.GOD BLESS Everyone.


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