Harry Cauley’s claim to fame (one of them) is that he mowed Albert Einstein’s lawn.
Actually, Harry Cauley can claim a great deal more. He has not only written plays, but directed and produced them. He has written and produced for popular TV shows. He writes novels.
The book he wrote that I like best is Speaking of Cats, but that’s another post.
Harry Cauley was a special guest at my writers’ club. We could have listened to him talk for hours! He told us about growing up on the street where Albert Einstein lived, a close enough neighbor so he was the boy who mowed the Einstein’s lawn. As far as Harry was concerned, Mr. Einstein was not a famous man—he was a neighbor.
Harry’s mother said Mr. Einstein didn’t dress properly. (But it was still okay for Harry to earn pocket money mowing his lawn.) She was shocked because “Mr. Einstein doesn’t wear socks!”
You can see for yourself in a photo by the National Geographic. I don’t have the right to use photo, but you can see it at: https://news.nationalgeographic.com/content/dam/news/photos/000/866/86633.jpg
Do YOU ever wear sandals without socks? Don’t we usually wear sandals when we don’t want to wear socks? Do mothers ever fuss about little stuff?