Thursday, July 12, 2007

Slothful in Blogland

Well, lookee here. Nearly three whole days and I haven't posted a ding dang thing. Haven't found one single thing to be pissed about. Not one single thing to covet. Not one single thing to bring to your attention or convince you to go out and buy.

That's because I've been BUSY party people. Busy jumping through hoops for a client. Busy shillin' for da pitties. Busy obsessing on La Luz. Busy planning our next COWW event, a big ol' patio pahty at Moi's house this Saturday.

I haven't even been window shopping for shoes! Or sneaked a peak in the stores for fall 2007 trends. Gah. I hope ankle boots aren't in AGAIN.

I'm not really sure how I feel about ankle boots. It's a fine line with these things, between Mary Poppins matronly and a subtle dominatrix-esque fabulousness. Although, if I happen to be the winning eBay bidder for this nifty Phillip Lim wool trapeze dress tomorrow, I just may have to buy a pair – they seem to go together, no? Usually, when it comes to shoes, I can be convinced of anything. So long as they're not Dansko clogs or those bizarre ice cream-colored plastic boat shoe thingees, I'll go for it.


Doris Rose said...

Glad you're back! I hope those boots are back-very nice, too tall for me-on you they would be stunning. Hope your training is going well.

Orangeblossoms said...

Sigh. I like my Dansko clogs. They're good day off shoes. But I understand.... really, I do.

Wicked Thistle said...

I'm a flip-flop kinda gal, but every now and then the Moi bug hits me...and I go out and buy the discount versions of the shoes she already owns. Imitation is the surest form of flattery, no? Or something like that?

moi said...

Orange: I don't wear clogs not because I don't like them, but because they're one of the few shoes on this great green earth that I can't walk in. I can run a marathon in 4" stacked heels, I swear to you, but I twist my ankles every time in clogs. Have never been able to get the hang of it.

As for those plastic horrors, now those I really, truly do despise. And I'm not a'feard to say it out loud.

Wicked: One word: eBay. Works for me every time.

Meghan said...

... or those bizarre ice cream-colored plastic boat shoe thingees.

I assume you mean Crocs. I have been making fun of my husband for wearing those since I first met him, and I still have to deal with the ol' "but they're just SO comfortable!"

Whatever, dude. They're ridiculous. Ronald McDonald wouldn't be caught dead in those.

Crocs are for small children and old people (old = over 80). Period.