Last fall, I bought a pair of shoes from a popular shopping channel. The commentators oohed an ahed over the height of the heel, the arch, and the way the shoes fit. I bought it, started wearing it, and I almost always had to take them off, because my knees start hurting or hurting worse than before. The shoe was everything the announcers on that show said, but it isn't what I read about on Web MD. What was comfortable in the past does not always work for me now. If the shoe is too soft, too stable, or too high, my knees feel horrible.
The shoes I found on sale at a local store were made by one of my favorite shoe brands. I tested them for
This past Saturday I gave my new shoes the test. I took a walk in them, as I shot pictures around my neighborhood. I got to become a short, plus-size model as my husband and I played photo-shoot. It was fun figuring out poses and checking out the photographs later. Don't you just love digital cameras? Oh right! I was talking about shoes. They worked better than any I have except my flip-flops. And they looked really cute with my casual-comfy outfit: last years leggings from Walmart and a three or four year old hooded shirt from dressbarn. Don't you love it when buying your special colors means you can put a new "old" outfit together?
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|Guest photographer: my husband.|
Next post, I will show you the whole outfit.