my feet

Well, I did a tremendously stupid thing today (don't worry - not professionally). I wore a pair of absolutely stunning Ralph Lauren shoes that I have owned since before I was married. I dug them out of the closet and thought: oh! I've forgotten about these. AND THEN I FOUND OUT WHY.
They rip my feet to shreds.
I took them off and walked from the station to my house BAREFOOT and have either huge blisters or burns on the balls of my feet now.
Crippled myself, I have.

Comments

MsCellania said…
I call uncomfortable outfits and shoes "slink and posers". They are only suitable for slinking around at events, and posing therewith.
Badger said…
Tetanus shot!
Julia said…
I did the same thing yesterday! I blame it on the weather, it turned sunny and melted my brain into believing in shoes minus socks and automobiles. Ahh foolishness.

Today I wore my hiking boots to a business meeting so I wouldn't hobble. Not exactly elegant!
Mary said…
I shudder in sympathy.

Tight jeans ( as discussed by Eleanor) and tight shoes - either one reminds me that life is too short for discomfort.
bunny said…
I hear the best thing for ruined feet is a vodka tonic. Enjoy!
RW said…
whoa. man.
kmkat said…
I hope you burned those shoes so they may not spread their evil around anywhere.
Ree said…
I once walked through the city of Chicago barefoot. Then I scrubbed my feet. For hours.

But I bet you looked pretty while they were on?
smalltownmom said…
Divorce those shoes RIGHT NOW!
alice c said…
Hiking barefoot is the rage it seems.
Anonymous said…
I admire your fortitude for keeping them on all day. Now, get a pretty shadow box, and frame those bitches. They're best behind glass.

ErinH

wv=cutro
Anonymous said…
Here an awful LOT of people walk barefoot. I LOATHE it.
Tight shoes is one of the most horrible and bad things for you feet so they need pampering right now.
Paola
There is nothing worse! I hope they are now sitting in the rubbish bin. There is no reason to be sentimental about a pair of foot shredders.
Ali said…
Throw them out, right away. Life is too short for uncomfortable shoes.