High Heels Anonymous

March 29, 2013
Hi everyone. My name is Sue and I am a heel virgin. Surprised? Well, it's true. The highest pair of heels I own are two inches and I never wear them. It's not that I have anything against the heels, exactly, it's just that I've never seen them as practical. They're difficult to walk in, they're uncomfortable, and heels are a male invention designed to make women's butts look smaller . . . and to make it harder for them to run away. Ha ha... Love that movie...
Well, anyway, the point is, I'm a heel virgin... That is, I was until I moved into the basement of the house where Mariasha was living. Mariasha exited the High Heel Virgin's Club in fifth grade and owns a LOT of them and she decided to take it upon herself to introduce and initiate me into the adult women's world of high-heeled luster where I learned that not all heels are difficult to walk in and uncomfortable. The following photos signify the end of a very long era.

Mariasha and I have been enjoying the new competition show, The Face, and so I've been working on changing up the emotions I show in my photos. I'm pretty sure the only ones I managed were smiling, pensive, fierce, superhero, and then an expression that lies somewhere between a scowl and a smirk. I'll spare you those ones and in the process, spare myself some embarrassment. It's a win-win scenario.

Now I just need to find a good Easter outfit to go with it this Sunday! Do you have your outfit all planned out already?
Happy Easter!



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  2. Those are so cute! Congrats on good shoes!

    Stopping by because sweet Aubrey recommended this post in her Weekly Round-Up post this week!

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