Tag Archives: feet

New Leaf

12 Oct

Hello everyone! Just wanted to share a photo of a leaf I found on the ground. It’s huge!! Compared to other leaves it is.

Do you like the addition of feet and a shadow hand?

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Happy Feet?

25 Jul

Do these feet look happy to you?

To me they don’t look happy and don’t worry about my pant legs being uneven (I’m just cool like that). So this is what I use to ”Save them”.

Works pretty good too. ^_^ I like the candy smell that this emits and my sister doesn’t mind it either. Hooray for great smelling foot lotion.

Tootsie Tippers

20 May

I have never done a post of shoes before so I recently got new shoes and a question popped up.

Would you wear uncomfortable shoes if they were cute?

I am a very picky shopper when it comes to clothes and shoes… sorry if it is a bad thing. >.< But I picked up two pairs of shoes from Walmart (hooray for cheap but cute shoes) and they are both very cute.

 Left 2 shoes = old shoes, Right 2 shoes are the new ones. (there are newspapers in the farthest right to stretch them)

Bad thing is despite the shoes being my size (feet length wise) it is not wide enough. Here are my feet:

Don’t they remind you of duck feet? It may look slim… but it’s not photography can be quite deceiving. Hopefully I will do another post of feet types and shapes… but putting that aside because my feet resembles a duck’s feet I always have difficulty finding shoes that are comfortable. My parents won’t let me venture in the realm of heels so heels are always out of question when it comes to shoe shopping (but I will get myself a pair of heels soon hopefully >.< fingers crossed!).

With any kind of shoes I am always trying to squash my feet into a pair of nice shoes and it hurts like heck!! So from trial and error I have come up with ways of coping with the pain.

1. Decide if the pain is worth it for the pair of shoes – I always choose shoes that I can break in easily… patent leather isn’t my thing for that reason or it can be worn right away like flats (I don’t own any flats by the way…)

2. Break in the shoes – This for me takes about 10 days of wear… of course not consecutively as I wouldn’t want blisters popping and more blisters forming for the 10 days I switch on and off.

3. For the rubbing shoe burning feeling – I put on crushed aspirin on the blister or rubbed spot and it would calm down.

4. For stretching the shoe – To make that break in faster for the shoes I put on the thickest pair of socks that I own and mash my foot into the shoe (uncomfortable I know) and it will stretch the shoe out more quickly and reduce the amount of days trying to break in the shoe.

Well, those are my tips… I will most likely post up more things about feet since they play such an important role in our daily lives and function.