Sigh. No such luck. I didn't like those horrendously strappy stiletto type things. What, do they want me to break an ankle or two?!?! Sheesh! And 99% of everything I saw were open-toed shoes! Man! I hate showing my toes! I'd rather have pumps thank you very much, especially when we're talking about having to dance. I mean, really, imagine doing a lot of movement on stage only to have a shoe fly off in the middle of the performance. Can you see people's eyes follow that shoe and then look for the shoe's owner??? Hehehe, what a sight!
So the shoe search continued inside the mall, where one can only wish that it were organized like department store. As it were, I wish I had a gps fleet tracking device just so I could find all the shoe stores spread out all over the place! And of course I *HAD* to wear heels to work today of all days!!! Crocs would have been so much easier and I would have lasted longer traipsing inside the mall in search of shoes. Not wanting to hurt my back, I merely passed the shoe stores on my way to the office.
No such luck. Nothing but grossly HIGH-heeled shoes. I'm talking about 3-inch heels here, and there is NO WAY I'd torture my feet and my back with those kinds of shoes....not for close to 8 hours!!!! How'd I get that? Let's see:
0:30 - time right before the wedding, taking pics, etcSo yes, that's at the very least 8 hours! Hmmm....those new high heeled crocs that came out are sounding better and better! :)
0:30 - time right before the wedding starts, standing in the entourage line
2:00 - wedding time, including picture taking time at the end
5:00 - reception time, more or less, including the performance, this is time spent running around making sure everything is going according to plan, otherwise dear mother would have our heads!
I scrapped an anniv layout today, too, as well as using a CT kit I had to use by today: