I have a pair of shoes (Rocket Dog!) that I absolutely love. They are pretty cute for casual shoes, and super comfy. Or at least they USED to be comfy. Now? not so much. But have I replaced them? Discarded them? At least relegated them to the back of the closet where they can do no harm?
Of course not.
I still wear them, even though they hurt now.
So, I usually shop for either cute work shoes or running shoes. I have no in between shopping mode. (In fact, these were actually a gift, as were my other favorite pair of weekend casuals – a wonderful pair of pumas that disappeared from my yoga studio one day.)
I decided that NOW, now was the time to look for cute casual shoes.
So – these three:
These are almost identical to the ones that were cruelly stolen from the yoga studio except for two minor details: (a) they are a much better color, and (b) they are unfortunately not free like the others. SAD!
How cute are these? Answer: exceptionally cute. As everyone who knows me knows – I am not a pink-type girl. However, there is something I like about pink accents on brown shoes. No idea why, but there you have it. Plus, these look like great replacements or my other less cute rocket dogs. <3
These aren’t necessarily my usual style, but they are pretty cute, right?
Thoughts? Opinions? What do you wear around the house & for errands?
Happy Shoesday, bitches!
November 22, 2011: I am grateful that I have such excellent furry foot warmers who like to curl up by me when I sleeping and steal the covers. Well, maybe not that last part, but I do love my cats!
November 21, 2011: I am grateful for my excellent co-workers that make my days much less crappy (and more productive).
November 20, 2011: I am grateful for my beer theater. It is close to my house, has $4 first-run movies before 6 pm, serves decent pizza, and has beer and wine. Also, it has bottle water, which is what I had today.
November 19, 2011: I am grateful for random port-o-potties on my running route.
November 18, 2011: I am grateful that I have a connection to bits of my cultural heritage; I can’t imagine a world without lefse, and am so pleased that I have learned how to do it and have a skill I can pass on to Alvie Bean.
November 17, 2011: I am grateful for coffee. I know it seems like I mentioned it yesterday, but yesterday I only said I was grateful for the coffee maker (in a list of other things). But I really wanted to draw attention to coffee as deserving of its own special day. Coffee is the best beverage ever invented. I don’t understand how I got through so many years never drinking it and thinking it really wasn’t that great. Mmmmmm……coffee.
November 16, 2011: I am grateful for all the little luxuries I have that I often take for granted…my car, my phone, the coffee maker (so very grateful for my coffee maker). It’s so easy to caught up in the things I don’t have that I occasionally forget how very lucky I am. My life is so freaking awesome.
November 15, 2011: I am grateful that I have the kind of job/life/etc. that allows me to afford pretty shoes, and the level-headedness that keeps me from buying (very many) shoes that wouldn’t be practical.
November 14, 2011: I am grateful that I work in a place with lots of little food nooks. It’s always an easy walk to grab more food. Which I do more often than ever, lately.
November 13, 2011: I am grateful for streaming Netflix (and Hulu Plus!). Also, I am grateful for John Barrowman. And my new found love of Torchwood.
November 12, 2011: I am grateful for my awesome friends! I got so much good quality friend-time this weekend! Walks & cocoa & thrifting with her! Ornament painting and dinner and movies with Alisa, Jen, Lisa & Sarah! Cocoa and a chat with her! (I should maybe also mention that I’m grateful for hot cocoa.)
November 11, 2011: I am grateful for laid back evenings at home with the architect.
November 10, 2011: I am grateful to live in Portland, Oregon. It is so beautiful here. I love that we have four seasons, and I especially love autumn.
November 9, 2011: I am grateful for modern medical conveniences that help eliminate unnecessary surprises from my life. Yay for ultrasounds!
November 8, 2011: I am grateful for my brand-new employee who started today, who I am hoping will help take some of the financial reporting burden off my plate & allow me to do a better job on the more big-picture things.
November 7, 2011: I am grateful for weekends and the opportunity to relax and recharge.
November 6, 2011: I am grateful for running – and grateful that I am still able to run. I am also grateful for my proximity to the most awesome running park in the history of the world: Forest Park.
November 5, 2011:I am grateful that I was able to discover enough courage to join Toastmasters. I know this sounds super cheesy, but it’s really made a HUGE difference in my life.
November 4, 2011: I am grateful for the internet, which gives me the ability to work from home, in my pajamas, this morning.
November 3, 2011: I am grateful that I have a good job that is challenging & interesting, if not necessarily catering to my life interests.
November 2, 2011: I am grateful for the architect, who is simply wonderful. He picks up the household slack when I’m busy with schoolwork, brings me chicken fingers on his way home from work, and is simply the most wonderful husband I could ask for…
November 1, 2011: I am grateful for my (so far, knock on wood) easy and wonderful pregnancy.