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Out on the Limb

Greener Pastures

Sunday, September 09, 2007

Take a walk over to my GREEN blog to see my new green shoes.

Just for you, CatWoman! :)

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posted by Deb, 1:00 PM


I have those very Earth shoes myself.
Personally I think they're kinda homely looking, but I wear them because my legs and back are that %$*@ed up. Honey, lemme tell you a story, maybe even a warning. The first day I wore them to go walking a few hours became one of the worst nights of my life. After walking for 5 hours downtown Chicago. I got the most severe charlie horses in my legs that almost made me pass out it was so agonizing. It happened 20 minutes after laying in bed. Like a burning severe pain both legs at the same time.
One must ween them self from those suckers before going on any long walk. Oy, I swear my eyes rolled to the back of my head even. I was impaled until I jumped in a hot tub. I laugh now, because my first thought was BLOOD CLOTS in my legs. That negative heel will get yuh every time. I wear orthotics in my shoes now and if I stop wearing them for a couple days and wear them to walk alot, I get very very achy every where after it. It sucks getting old. LOL
Like your other shoes a lot. Real cute.
commented by Blogger CatWoman, 2:24 PM  
Ouch! I remember seeing working women in Chicago wearing top-of-the-line business clothes...with sneakers. It's pretty tough to catch the el, bus, or taxi with heeled business shoes.

Heels cause the calf muscle to contract, and remain contracted. Flat shoes stretch those muscles. Since I gave up on heels long long ago, I should be OK.

I agree about the Earth shoes being homely, but better than nursing shoes I've seen. Thanks for the story, Catwoman.
commented by Blogger Deb, 12:50 PM  

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