Tuesday, February 17, 2009

my dearest Angela...

... this is never acceptable foot wear. ever.



every time you vote for me a pair of Jimmy Choos is delivered to the fashionably challenged.

My site was nominated for Best Religion Blog!

13 comments:

Thom Curnutte said...

Someone's been watching The Devil Wears Prada.... :-)

Angela M. said...

They are even better with thick socks...and a tie-dyed skirt...with unshaven legs....BWahahahaha!

TheSeeker said...

Socks and sandals kill a little piece of my soul every time I see them together.

Sarah (JOT) said...

Angela M must live in the Pacific Northwest! I grew up there and used to laugh at my friends who wore the unfashionable footware with woolen socks - and hiker shorts! Ugh!

Angela M. said...

Sarah I do live there LOL! They are no good for walking but I like them for schlepping around the house. As for unshaven legs - that was just to make Kat cringe LOL! (I DO shave them and I don't wear tie-dye and I wear mine with thin socks, not thick and wooly ones.)

Carolina Cannonball said...

Angela, yeah but do you still have the beard? :-P

qualcosa di bello said...

i know, i know...but my thrice broken foot thanks me everytime i where them! (fwiw, i'd rather my donald j pliners anyday but my foot doth protest too much!!)

qualcosa di bello said...

can't spell today...i mean **wear** them!

Angela M. said...

CC! Sshhhh! You aren't supposed to mention that in public!

Mark Scott Abeln said...

I am so glad that I can wear the same shoes all day every day, except when I wear hiking boots (but only when actually hiking over rough terrain or when in a factory or construction site).

Sarah (JOT) said...

Angela - you're too funny! I'm in MD now, married a navy boy . . . we're not young any more either. HA! I wonder what kind of gear I'll see when we live in HI - we move there this June. I'm sure Berks come in other styles, I could never wear them. I liked Fluvogs and Doc M's.

Cookie said...

Is that part of the economic stimulus plan? ;)

Mimi said...

yeah, I was going to mention it is a very Northwest thing.