Just a few shoes today – going with the stacked heel wedge trend!
I love wedges. And I love stacked heels. AND I love suede. However, I do not buy suede shoes because I live in Portland Oregon, i.e. home of the winter rains. Suede + rain = sad. So, I am fantasizing about the following pairs and encourage each & every one of you to pick up at least one pair of these, wear them, photograph your feet in them, and then taunt me. I love some good shoe-based taunting.
ANYWAYS – I am obsessing with purples and reds a bit lately, too – so here you go!
Except for the couple with the ankle strap (I hate those, I’d rather have an across-the-foot strap), there is nothing I would change about any of them! Thoughts? Are you rushing out to buy? Do you own any suede shoes? (Are they blue?)
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. I watched the entire first season this weekend. And up next? In season 2? One of my boyfriends! Yay for James Marsters!
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.