Well, gang, I finally have a pair of shoes! It sure feels weird to be wearing shoes after about 5 years going "au natural"! (Since before the amputation of my left foot/ankle.)

I gotta tell y'all ... they are soooooo huge that I swear I could contract myself out to stomp out forest fires with my feel alone! (LOL) If I could figure out how to attach a picture, I'd show y'all. It is a sight to see!!

California, here I come!!!!!

In the alternative ... anyone want to hire me to kick some butt??? (LOL)

Lois

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Comment by Marie B on March 20, 2014 at 10:58am

sometimes I need help flattening the cardboard boxes for recycling, your services would come in handy. Lois, I soooooo love that your sense of humor is intact. wooo! and hugs!

Comment by Lois on March 20, 2014 at 11:25am

Hey! That's an idea!! What about soda cans?

Lois

Comment by Brunetta on March 21, 2014 at 3:46pm

Girl you are a hoot!! Hope you are doing well.

Goid blese,
Brunetta

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