I hurt my foot in Hawaii and I am looking at my shoes and wondering what I can wear on my feet while I heal that doesn’t hurt or utterly depress me as sneakers and Merrill Jungle Mocs would/do. I wore sneakers today and it was so very wrong for me, I felt that I had Sad Feet. I’m sure there is a talented hypnotist around who can help me let go of my sneakers aversion. It would be nice to be able to rock some cute kicks and not feel like all my stuffing had been removed.
April is such a difficult transitional month, isn’t it, kittens?
One wants to send all one’s winter coats to the dry cleaner, or maybe just burn them in a bonfire, and never look them in the eye again, the dreadful things. One wants to frolic in zippy little trench coats and light-weight chapeaux like the cute spring green one I picked up eons ago in Paris. It is a kind of mini witch’s hat with a wide ribbon band. I love it.
But then one knows that one is likely to wake up to another surprise April snowfall and regret that one has squirrelled away all one’s snuggly warmies. So one doesn’t know WHAT to do!
One must still be suffering from jet lag, as one is definitely using the pronoun “one” in an excessive way in this post.
Anyway, my winter-weary compadres, do get your winter coats cleaned and hang them in breathable covers in a closet where you won’t have to see them for months. Plastic is not a good idea, and neither is putting away coats with dirt or spots on them: not only will the stains set, but moths and other critters may be attracted to the soiled fabric.
One must off to bed now, as one has to wake up brutally early for a seminar on effective staff supervision in the church setting. One is going to need a buttload of coffee in the morning.
And how have you been? Are you Lenten purple?