Friday, May 02, 2008

Footwear, footwear

Shoes!! Scribbit's latest Write-Away contest, the one for May, has a great topic: Shoes. Being one of the female persuasion who has always enjoyed the quest for footwear, I knew I'd have a few posts in my archives on the topic. The question will be: which one is the most appropriate for the contest?

Green Bay Packer fans must have the right shoes.

We called it Mort, short for Morton's Neuroma. It's healed nicely, thank you, but it did mean limiting my shoe selection.

The perfect location for some Mother-daughter bonding.

Maintaining the rainbow collection


Procuring the rainbow collection -- oops, I entered that one in Scribbit's contest last August. The topic then was "Collections."


Hmm. Shoes. I can think of something, I'm sure. I am Mama; hear me roar!

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3 Comments:

Blogger Momish said...

Hmm, I think the rainbow connection is the one. I love that photo! I will have to check out this contest, although 78 of the 80 pairs of shoes I own are black. I need to take you shopping with me!

5/03/2008 12:16 PM  
Blogger Scribbit said...

Oh I just let out a roar at the kids myself actually--one of those situations where I tell them one thing four times so they secretly go ask Dad and he, not knowing what I'd already said, gives them permission.

5/03/2008 12:32 PM  
Blogger Flea said...

Thanks for the heads up on the contest, Daisy. I entered too, but mine wasn't necessarily a personal post. What fun!

5/06/2008 12:40 PM  

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