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AZShoeNut last won the day on February 16 2019

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    I love airplanes, motor homes and high heels.

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  1. In forth grade there was a French girl who wore low heel pumps. By sixth grade (1987) moist days there at least one or two girls in low heel pumps with the occasional in higher, 3-inch or so pumps for band or choir concerts. Probably where I got my love for low heels and wedge flats.
  2. I enjoy shopping in heels too. Costco is a blast as the store is huge. I got my picture taken, on the sly, by a Costco worker once, however.
  3. You can also opt out at the beginning of each month. It is easy. I’ve been a VIP member for two months, opted out twice, and have gotten seven pairs of awesome shoes for a total spent of right about $100. Between JustFab and ShoeDazzle I feel like a kid in a candy store when I look at their websites. I just have an automatic repeating reminder on my cell phone to go opt out of the automatic billing on the 1st of the month. Best Larry
  4. Howdy SF, I didn’t own them, they were my mom’s. Sittin right in front of me as I watched Gilligan stumble in heels on the volcano sacrifice episode. I thought WTF (well the fifth grader version of WTF) and put them on to see just how difficult they would be and the rest is history. I doubt my mom still has them by if she does I may see if I can grab them when I am in AZ in September. Just for sentimental value. Besy, Larry
  5. First worn - Wooden candies mules with a 3” heel similar to these First purchased - low highlights wedge pumps just like these but without the holographic detail
  6. “Ask yourself who you feel you really are and then commit to creating an experience of what comes up. It will.” - Gary Elkins
  7. Thank you sir :-) I had to pick up stuff for my CPAP.
  8. I think they did take notice but the world certainly did not stop LOL Quite frankly I don’t mind if they do take notice The building was, however, converted from a house with a basement No matter how I walked those wedges made a loud boom every time they hit the wooden floor It was a fun adventure.
  9. Well, I done did it, first time out in shorts. Definitely a sensation of being exposed but not a bad sensation. It also felt, for lack of better term, empowering. Being unabashedly myself. As far as reaction, the gal who helped me smiled hugely the whole time but said nothing. She is usually kind of grumpy. Then coming down the stairs I’m pretty sure that the guy behind me groaned. Didn’t phase me one bit. Regardless, It was a great way to spend the morning and sure beat working I wore my new black wedges. Best, Larry
  10. Been there, done that. I totally get it. Awesome that you not only went in to the second place but you also stayed for a while outside. It is easy to “hide” inside a coffee house but sitting outside, to me, requires a bit more juevos. I have found that I do like outside better. Again, way to go. Beat, Larry
  11. Okay, so the white cage style wedges are 6"with a 1-1/2" platform. The other two wedges are 6-1/4" with a 1-1/4" platform The cork pumps and the nude boot like sandals are both 5" with single sole.
  12. Perhaps we’ll have to get a cup of coffee sometime. I live about 30-45 minutes north of Sac. Let me know if/when you’re headed this way.
  13. That is awesome Jkrenzer! Really awesome. I really do not like wearing pants. Especially jeans. I have, however, always held back from wearing shorts with my heels because I don't want to shave my legs. I have seen it a many times where a guy posts a picture of himself wearing heels and folks advise him to shave his legs and I kind of got the impression that we shouldn't be out there in heels without shaved legs. Looking at the fabulous pictures you have posted has me leaning towards actually doing going out in shorts and heels. Heck, I would love to wear some of my new wedges with shorts during these hot summer months. I have to go into downtown Sacramento here in the next couple weeks. I might just do it... Hairy legs and all.
  14. Yes, absolutely. I too have always wondered what becomes of the shoes I have donated. I have also wondered what the workers think when they come across large shoes like that. I have heard stories recently about just how crazy it is working at GoodWill from some of my wife's coworkers who have weekend jobs there that I doubt they even notice the large size shoes. Compared to some of the other things they find I doubt that the large shoe size even hits the radar.
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