Okay I admit it…I’m addicted to shoes. I always have been and probably always will be. I think it started as a little girl playing with my grandmothers fabulous shoes from the 40’s and 50’s. Spectator pumps, peep toes and sling backs. Oodles of shoes and purses and hats and jewelry, dresses to die for. Her sage advice of “Every woman should own at least one pair of outrageous shoes” is something she lived by.
For the last year and a half I’ve been so sick that fashion had taken a permanent backseat. There were days that just getting out of bed was hard. My style was what ever was clean and comfy. I’ve always been a jeans and tee shirt girl but I had forgotten that I was also a woman with curves and style and grace and a love of Steve Madden shoes.
August 5th I had my gallbladder removed. The difference before and after has been such a giant leap. I feel like getting up and getting dressed and putting make up on. Tee Shirts still hang on the closet as well as the jeans but the dresses are coming out of the dust bags, and the cute shoes are being dusted off.
Yes my outrageous shoes have been taken out of their cute white box and have been worn.
Friday’s leftovers are this: Outrageous shoes can make you feel wonderful and special and amazing.