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HappyinHeels

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    Wisconsin, USA
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    Enjoy traveling, sports, and the great outdoors. Also like general fashion. Usually wear bootcut jeans, with boots or pumps in winter and wedges or other heeled sandals in other months and have paired these with some other items such as blouses or jewelry. I do enjoy higher heels above 5" and have occasionally worn 6-7" heels to different social settings.

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  1. I've seen a few ads on tv for this site and, with all the favourable commentary above, may well look into this site. HinH
  2. Actually, because of the power of lobbying efforts, riding without helmets is very common in many states as laws have been changed over the years. I have a rather libertarian view on this. If you're alone and want to ride without a helmet or drive or car without a seat belt I say nobody should legislate it. If you have a passenger under the legal age then that person MUST have a helmet or wear a seat belt. Of course also don't believe in getting government authorisation (permit) to build on or make meaningful changes to one's own land either but that's another story. HinH
  3. SF, I last stayed at Harrahs, right at the bend of the Strip, because they are one of a few hotels which has free parking. Attended a drag next door at the Linq completely dressed up. Walked over there in 6"/15cm heels with no fanfare at all. Great show and time. HinH
  4. Looking good on your scooter there! Taking the mule style to another level. Good job. HinH
  5. My pumps fit fairly snugly and I only have a very few mules so dangling isn't something which happens much. I imagine the tendency to dangle happens more when around others sort of like dangling a smoke in social situations. I'm just guessing though. HinH
  6. It's great way to get clothes and shoes among other things at a fraction of their original cost when manufactured new. One adds nothing to a landfill when shopping at a thrift store and is also not adding to the problem of ridiculously low wages often paid to workers in many Asian and African countries manufacturing these clothes and shoes. HinH
  7. My first pair was a pair of wooden sandals with a 5"/12cm block heel very similar to the Jessica Simpson 1970's-inspired sandals I have on here. I had bought them in 1978 at a Kresge store going out of business. These sandals are cumfy and do have a rather loud pavement signature. HinH
  8. P08C, Not sure what you're struggling with as all outfits look nice on you particularly the first and fourth photos. I'm guessing the third is the same just with the jacket opened. Wearing pumps may have seemed "formal" years ago but once paired with some well-fitting jeans they took on a whole new look. I have worn pumps with both bootcut and skinny jeans as well as women's fabric slacks and I was happy with it. HappyinHeels
  9. Yes, I think many of us here discovered heels the same way you did. Naturally curious by nature, children want to explore and check things out and that's what you did. It didn't take too long though for my foot to be bigger than my mother's but I enjoyed trying on her heels for a few years before buying my first pair in 1978. HinH
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