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  • Tuesday, June 27, 2006

    Those are the sneakers from earlier today. They are not what I want to talk about here.

    We have this independently owned shoe store here in town which is run by a very old man who was born and raised here. he's so cute, and nice, and loves his shoes and his customers, absolutely love when I can shop there. Sometimes he talks too much, but it's okay, b/c he's nice, and he hasn't gone out of business.

    I went there yesterday, b/c I've really been struggling to find good brown shoes. I have a pair of black heels that are very basic, very versatile and relatively comfortable. I got those at this old man's store, and I wanted to see if he had them in brown. Because I was feeling desperate. he had them in brown, with a slightly lower heel, which I liked. I bought them.

    Then I went to the Gap, looking for blouses - they had NOTHING. T-shirts and tank tops, but NOTHING that even resembled professional wear. Then I wandered into this boutique that happens to carry shoes. I saw a beautiful shoe. And then I saw another beautiful shoe. I had them both in brown, tried them both on, and really liked them both. They were soooo comfortable. But I was choosing b/t 2 brown shoes, and I chose the first.

    Now I want to go back, and get the second in black. I can wear them with jeans, once school starts. Right?

    I do, however, now have 2 pairs of brown shoes. Actually, I have 4. The first pair was bought in a flurry right before my first day of work on which I wanted to wear a brown suit, and ended up chewing my feet up and being grossly uncomfortable. The second pair I bought to replace the first, but they're an odd shade of brown ... and they squeak. Which we know I hate.

    I threw away the chewy shoes, and will probably keep the squeakies as a back up. But what to do with the 2 new pairs? I'm pretty sure I want to keep the dansko's, but what about the Aerosoles? They are slightly more professional. Should I keep them? Should I return them?
    posted by Zuska @ 6:13 PM  
    • At Tuesday, June 27, 2006 11:24:00 PM, Anonymous jlefish said…

      keep them, goose! youll undoubtedly have a need for the more professional look at some point. and they were cheap.

    • At Thursday, June 29, 2006 6:52:00 AM, Blogger Zuska said…

      My sister's first comment on my blog!! Hi Sis!! Thanks for helping to justify my ridiculously large shoe collection that doesn't fit in my closet!! Exactly what sisters are for.

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