24 June 2009

Pitter-Patter of Little Feet

Current mood: apprehensive

I remember running through the wet grass
And failing a step behind
Both of us never tiring
Desperately wanting
~ “Desperately Wanting” by Better than Ezra

I have beautiful feet.

Seriously, I do. I love my feet. I do not have a foot fetish by any means – but I have seen a LOT of feet in my lifetime and mine are among the top of the line, aesthetically. When I was a sports trainer in high school and college, I had the opportunity to see and wrap hundreds of pairs of feet. You can take my word for it. My feet are gorgeous.

Since I am so secure in the appearance of my feet, I will take any opportunities I can to be barefoot. I NEVER wear shoes in the house. I kick them off by the door and walk around sans footwear. I love to walk barefoot in the grass and have done so recently. I was with ‘non-boyfriend’ in the Old Market and we walked over to the mall area. Without a second thought, I kicked off my shoes, enjoying the cool, lush sensation of the grass under my feet.

I get the same feeling of relaxation when I walk on a sandy beach. It’s so wonderful to walk along the seashore, the texture of sand under my toes while the waves wash over the tops of my feet. Mmmm. Damn, I miss the beach! Grrrrrrr.

This posting was inspired by a friend who described the PLUSH carpeting beneath his feet. It reminded me of how badly I want to kick off my high heels and walk around the office barefoot. I mean, my feet cannot be any germier than the disgusting carpet that has not been cleaned in ‘forever’. They say it’s a safety hazard if I don’t wear shoes. I say it’s a safety hazard to walk around in shoes which make me 3 inches taller than I normally am. Hee hee

Bloody Hell!

I have 5 more days until I receive my LSAT score. I am tired of waiting for the score to arrive. With every day that passes, I lose a little more confidence about my performance. Well, I guess that is all I have to say! Thanks for reading.

Save Second Base Pub Crawl and Party Bus Fundraiser
This Friday, June 26
Meet @ Varsity West at 8pm
Take Bus to JimmyD's, then onto the Old Market. Visit your preferred bar, pub, or restaurant.
Meet @Nomad @1am to catch the bus back to Varsity West where your car will be waiting.
A safe and sober bus driver will be taking us around on a JoneZ Party Bus!

$10.00 donation per rider

Have a fun night while helping a GREAT cause!

Stop Breast Cancer!

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