Thursday, December 02, 2010

Boot commitments

Commitment I have a problem with committing to a boot, any boot.
OK we know I think its cold here in K.C. but the fact is we have snow in these parts lots of snow.
With that snow its cold and you need to wear socks. I hate to wear socks it is a foot affliction in my opinion. The up side to socks is they keep you warm and if your cold you must wear them.
So when it snows you cant wear your crocks
Really you just cant they have holes
(yes I know they make ones without but they are way to hot and make my feet sweat)
So we must result to the boot
I've come to a decision I don't like any boot.
Nope not really, its what one do I hate the least.
So I will document my boot journey.

Do I look like the type of girl who is equine friendly? Did I go to prep school? Did I have ridding lessons? Your answer should be no.

Ha! Really? They must be functional

I lived through the 80's once it was enough. I also liked M.J. I also liked to see the moon walk but not now, not on my feet.

So this was a contender but I worried about it getting dirty.

How do you clean it?

Who wants to wear dirtily boots?

So I ended up with this the true snow boot.
Not to much fur.
Its usable, easy to hide dirt
and ugly.



Betty said...

I hate to wear boots, but they do become a necessity when mother nature dumps the white stuff. I finally had to put my Crocs up for the season too. I miss them.....

It's a good thing you've got a little fur around the top of the boots or else they would resemble the standard military issue boot.

Hope all is well with you all!

scrap happy girl said...

I thought the same thing B. I'd be perfectly well if I did not contract a stomach flu....sigh.

Ha! surprise! not dead!

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