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FlyLady Day 2 - STYMIED by SHOES! ;)

Well, it’s day two, and already I have FAILED! ;) Okay, not really . . . but day two is “Get Dressed to Lace-up Shoes,” and a quick look in my closet confirmed what I suspected when I read this. I don’t HAVE any lace-up shoes! (I think I do own a pair or two, but they’re in California). Bwahahahahaha! I live in flip-flops most of the summer, and the rest of my shoes are slip-ons, except for one pair with buckles (and I’m not wearing those today; they’re purple velvet heels, and not appropriate for today’s activities). In any case, I really don’t like wearing shoes around the house, so I’ll probably ignore the “shoes” part of this in the future. But for today, I did put on my “realest” shoes (they have velcro straps, which is not at all as geeky as it sounds).

The good news is that my sink is still beautiful AND Connor even put his own dishes in the dishwasher after breakfast, instead of just dumping them somewhere random in the kitchen. Plus, laundry is being done. So, YAY! So far, so good.


Sep. 9th, 2007 04:12 am (UTC)
The only thing I have now close to "sneakers" are a pair of slip-on Vans. No laces. :D I think I have a pair of real lace-up sneakers in California, but I don't wear them very often. :D The shoes I wear most often are really comfy for walking, but they're black leather. Not sure how to describe them; they're not loafers, exactly, but they do slip on, too. :D
Sep. 9th, 2007 12:25 pm (UTC)
I love loafers. I have a pair, but something weird happened to the rubber heel of one of them and I keep meaning to get it repaired because otherwise the shoes aren't worn or old. But they're right at that stage where they're not perfectly comfy and molded to your foot? I miss them! I should really get around to getting them repaired. It's hard for me to find a shoe that comfortable with a square toebox like this one has. Manufacturers are so into torturing women's feet!
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