This sign is perched in a very obvious spot in our living room. It’s truly an urban necessity in rural girls’ homes.
We are an equal-opportunity employer when it comes to shoes – we’re not prejudice. However, there’s always a first place. And the first place in the shoe world – is boots.
All of them. “Real” ones, the pair you wear to concerts in a pasture, one’s you wear with summer dresses, and some you just buy – because you can’t image leaving them alone in the store.
Boots are serious business. They build character.
Whatch you talkin’ bout Willis? Remi’s attitude is about the same as any man’s.
Can’t you just hear him saying this:: “Why do you have so many boots? You can only wear one at a time. Why do you have Jessica Simpson boots? That’s ridiculous.”
We can’t be friends anymore.
I take it back – but back away from those shoes sir!
Did I mention I once worked at the Shoe Bank in Stillwater? It’s like an alcoholic working at the liquor store. I once threw out all my shoes’ homes (aka their boxes) just so it wouldn’t seem like I had so many shoes when I moved home one summer.
It was worth it.