Last year, I have joined the Pay-It-Forward challenge in Facebook. Sadly, because of my busy schedule I was not able to send my gifts to the two people who committed to take up the challenge too. But I am glad that just this month I was able to fulfill my promise to them.
I also received the gift for me from a blogging friend who also took up the challenge last year. A pair of Caribbean slippers/sandals and the box that I have been longing for.
Thank You Mommy Levy.
And I thought I was the only one, I was wrong. My baby daughter loves shoes and slippers as much as I loved them. When we went to the mall last week, my daughter bought these sole mates:
Yep, the orange slipper is so big but I could never do anything because she really want to have it.
My cousin is a model based in Cagayan de Oro City and though I am not “one” of them, she encouraged me to buy this 5 inches high-heeled shoes:
I don’t usually wear high-heels because wearing them makes me look like a bamboo grass already. I am super thin and though I am not that tall, I look tall because of my body frame. But supermodels wore high-heels even though they stand tall. Maybe I am not just used to it but I know in time I will get used to walking tall wearing high-heeled shoes. I am used to wearing flat shoes and slippers and if you are an avid reader of this blog you probably know that I recently learned to walk using wedges and I liked it. That is why I am increasing my high-heeled shoe collections one shoe every month.