Sister Shani, your sharing on shoes caught my attention." class="blueLink" target="_blank">http://www.freesmileys.org/emoticons/emoticon-object-043.gif[/img] Because I like shoes. In my younger days, I had many pairs, more than I could wear. Some of them were not even wore and I had to give them away for fear of waste.
When I looked back at the types of shoes I had bought over the years, I noticed that they changed according to my lifestyles and my needs. I wore high heel when young," class="blueLink" target="_blank">http://www.freesmileys.org/emoticons/emoticon-object-105.gif[/img] but now I wear practical shoes like walking shoes.
It shows that when we have tested the world ,we have found some of them, whilst fashionable , they were not suitable and good to the body. Only in my later stage life and having testing the whims and fancy of the world, I found what is practicable and good for me, that is the Lord Himself. He is the best shoes for any occasions, be it for sports or work.
He is the best shoes to wear to every place. He is the best comfort, the best companion, the best helper of my body." class="blueLink" target="_blank">http://www.easyfreesmileys.com/smileys/free-love-smileys-913.gif[/img]
Thanks for sharing on my favourite accessories and how relevant it is to my stages of my life." class="blueLink" target="_blank">http://www.freesmileys.org/emoticons/emoticon-object-060.gif[/img]
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This blog and the comments made me smile. From 1978-1982 I spend three years at two Christian colleges (one of those years was at a secular university). We had a dress code. Hm... it always seemed that dress code was mainly applied to women but that is the subject for another blog at another time :wink:. Anyway, the dress code involved having to wear skirts or dresses outside of the dorms between the hours of 8-5. Most of us young women would never have dreamed venturing out without "appropriate" shoes meaning... stiletto heels. I would walk all over campus in those things. OUCH!
Like Hwa, I have drifted to more comfortable and practical footwear over the years. In fact, I wore some low-heeled pumps for the first time in over two years to my son's wedding simply because one of my chemo drugs caused some permanent nerve damage to my feet. No more stilettos for me, LOL!
Shani, dont even start on sneakers in my house. Can I get sarah to wear a decent pair HUH, not on your life. Will she inswist on wearing things that make me look like the worst provider, YES!!!
Seriously that girl is going to have to start walking in front of me if she insists on wearing what amounts to rag stitched to leather.
but your blog is wonderful. its good to hear from you here again .
BTW.. sarah's look just like the pair in your pic... now you see why im mortified.