If you are buying shoes for therapy, you should get the most fabulous shoes ever even if they cost more than your car is worth. I heart my new shoes and I intend wearing them all the time, even when I’m running.
back view – a bit blurry but that is an awesome black and white bow on the heel! Too cute for words.
Side view -note you can take the bows off so they look more business like to wear to work. You can clip the bows on either of the straps or on the front too. These shoes are just too awesome!
We’ve had a hugely busy day – I took my laptop in to get fixed while it’s still under warranty (here’s a tip – don’t set hot pics of AFL players as your background the night before you take your laptop in to be fixed), shopping then met Tim and Simon for lunch at Vic Market then bought fruit and veg… fit the shoe shopping in around that. It was accidental shoe shopping – I was walking along Elizabeth St and saw a shop with all those cute Japanese clothes so had to go in and look…
Now I have to have a nap before meeting Simon for a run. Oh and I am supposed to call I guy I met on RSVP to organise meeting up for coffee — trouble is this week is so insanely busy, I don’t know when I can fit that in. Any other week would be fine. Arrrgghh, and I hate phoning guys. Well not even guys. I have this stupid phobia about talking to people on the phone when I haven’t met them in person. Weird, huh.
ps. buying shoes does make you happy 😀 As far as the boulder I mentioned in my previous post, I don’t think it’s something that is stopping me being happy – it’s not like my glass is empty, it’s more like the glass isn’t as big as it could be. My glass of potential is a shooter glass when I want a big-arsed tankard.
And can’t forget this –
The new hair. Not a good shot since I’m wearing (new) hairclips but the rest were blurry. I look so tired in that photo too. But I do love the shorter hair. And now I’m banning myself from shopping.