Thursday, July 27, 2006


So I was talking with a friend of mine, commiserating over how how hard it is to find shoes in a 9.5 wide, with a low to no heel, and good arch support. OK. I was whining, and she was listening patiently. Anyhow, when I got done whining, she directed me to this site. I think this is my new favorite place in the world. They have a huge selection of shoes in my size, that are actually stylish, and don't look like they were made for a 85 year old woman with bunions (though I do have one of them, too). They even have the tennis shoes an orthopedic surgeon recommended for me, which have been impossible to find.

Now, this isn't a cheap store, but their selection is amazing, and they offer free shipping and free returns. If you have normal feet, stick to Payless. If you are like me and can never find anything that fits and is wearable at Payless, here's an alternative.

Oh, and when I get my first paycheck, I've decided that I am going to have steak, french fries (homemade ones like I have been craving), the broccoli and corn mix from PictSweet that I love, sangria, and a Hot Fudge Brownie Blast from Sonic. And then I will probably be sick from eating so much and drinking alcohol to boot.

And if you are interested, the staph infection is better thanks to some leftover antibiotics I had that I didn't finish when I was supposed to (if my doctor happens across this, you can yell at me in January) and the stinky soap I'm supposed to use all the time. It turns out that it's the same soap surgeons use to scrub with. I guess that truly is antibacterial, then.

Did you ever notice that my topic title rarely has anything to do with most of my post?

And as a final note, if I'm ever able to get a dog, I want a bulldog. Their faces are so expressive. Either that or a toy dachshound. A couple I'm friends with has one, and she is just about the most precious thing I've ever seen. I really want a doggy.

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