shirt :: forever 21 denim boyfriend shirt
shoes :: target
I'm in such a weird 'funk' today ( is that even the right word?). Warning you now that I'm all over the place today and that this post might be a little incoherent and odd.
My mom once told me that everyone has one foot that's slightly bigger, be it wider or longer, than the other foot. Silly me, I wrote it off as bogus. And of course anytime I think my mom is out of her mind, she turns out to be right. I've recently noticed that one of my feet is a tad wider than the other and it's causing me just a slight annoyance.
It's like, I'm walking down Market Street in my pink pumps and all of a sudden my left foot begins throbbing, uncontrollably, out of no where, while my right foot is doing perfectly fine in it's shoe. I mean I'm not at the point where I have to go and buy a 6.5 for my left foot and a 6 for my right, which by the way, Nordstrom allows you to do (learn something new everyday). But this foot problem of mine is certainly developing an audience.
Is it 'taboo' to be talking about feet here? My sister told me that feet can be a weird topic for some people, but I couldn't help it. It's just feet, and as long as we're not examining nail fungus or toe dirt, what's the problem? Ok now it's getting kind of weird and gross, I'll stop.
I'll let my shoes finish the talking.