For the past 2 years I have been working with hubby at his private clients. This year I started working with him on one of his other clients. When we went to work he would always wear a shirt that represented the company he was working with. I never worried about wearing any special uniforms and scrubs for his work because I was always just a helper. For his type of work I used to think that he would have to wear things like doctors, and nurses because you would think that the customers home was like a operating room. He always tells me that I need to look presentable, but not dressed for a night on the town.
I wear sneakers because boots, and shoes just aren’t the recommended foot attire for installing tvs, stereos, and other electronics like he does. We do have one issue. We have gotten to some customers homes that request us to remove our shoes. We are not able to due to insurance regulations, and also safety. I do not fully understand what the purpose is of removing the shoes. Funny part of it is that when we decline removing our shoes the people automatically revert to asking us to tie plastic bags around our feet. Do these people think I want to drop a tv on bare feet? Do they want me to step on something and cut up my feet? Seriously people… Can’t we all just get along?
What is up with the world? Can anyone explain this phenomena?