Miss me? Yeah, I know, I know, life was empty. Never fear, AT&T finally came through with internet access.
My sweet neighbor just brought over a present for me: bunny slippers. I adore bunny slippers! Actually, I adore slippers in general, but bunny slippers seem to add that extra bit of specialness to already special, luxurious footwear. My neighbor gets me.
My cousin called me the other day to tell me how much he liked this blog. Did I mention he's my favorite cousin? Anyway, he said that years ago he had a friend who told him that if you looked at a person's shoes you could tell a lot about them. As you all know, I agree with this. I've mentioned this before and even shown how this is true; it's so true, in fact, that it bears repeating.
What do you want your shoes to say about you?
Only the tacky die young:
Nun in street clothes:
I've gone to the bad Christmas place:
Still trying to relive the days when it was cool to roll around on the floor in a lace wedding dress:
Dude, they stopped touring when Jerry died:
Oi! they stopped touring when Sid died:
Hi! my name is __ and I idolize Minnie Mouse and nuclear radiation created colors!
My shoes say a lot about me in French and Italian.
Today's favorite shoe:
Giuseppe Zanotti "I70133"
Friday, December 28, 2007
Saturday, December 22, 2007
I am sorry to report that we do not have internet access at home thanks to the unbelievable incompetence of several AT&T employees. I bet they wear Crocs, too. Anyway, I'll be back as soon as we find a new internet provider. In the meantime, go buy some shoes! Shop! Go!
Oh, and happy holidays, darlings!
Sunday, December 09, 2007
I am sorry I've been neglecting the blog again. I promise to be more diligent in my shoe commentary duties. I know you lovely people can't do without me and my amazingly wise words.
I would like to point out that there are certain things that you should not do, even if someone does step on your shoes. Shooting someone in the back is just one of those things. I realize that people should be extremely careful when they're around fabulous shoes, but we must be moderate in our responses.
I think the man who had his shoes stepped on should have responded in this way: "Pardon me, I believe you have just trod on my shoes. Please be more careful as they are fabulous and worth more than your life. Just kidding! ha ha! I won't shoot you in the back! ha ha!"
I realize that shoes trump most things, but you must remember that if you do something that will result in your imprisonment, you will have to wear Croc-like shoes. Is it worth it? No, no, not at all. Please do remember your priorities, fabulosas.
I used to know an opera singer who shot himself in the foot to avoid service in Vietnam. I don't know which is worse, his cowardice or his willingness to sacrifice fabulous shoe opportunities for his life.
Today's favorite shoe: