I like to take pictures of my feet. I really don’t know why. I’m not a fan of my feet in particular, although I do love shoes. So for my odd ball entry this week, I am entering myself. Or at least my feet.
My feet love to be comfortable, so I am always in search of fun but comfy shoes. I found this pair of Keen’s over the summer. Love them!
Once every couple of years I get to travel to New England for work, to hang out with my reps and hob nob with customers. My second trip out there, my friend, the Divine Miss J, took us on an adventure to the Sea Ketch restaurant in New Hampshire, where we learned the correct pronunciation of the word “haddock”, sang loud renditions of Adele’s “Someone Like You” and hung out in a biker bar. Oh and bought fried bread on the boardwalk.
Right before Dave and I went on our vacation to Tennessee a couple of summers ago, I needed a pedicure so bad, that I took a picture of my feet afterwards to record the momentous occasion for all posterity.
That same year – my feet spent a lot of time riding on top of our kayaks. It was a delicious summer.
The picture below is the first time I took a picture of my feet. Those are virgin feet right there.
Not my feet here, but still in the spirit of the oddball. When Brett Favre went to the Vikings, many members of my family were bitter and angry. Except my brother. He remained a Brett fan, and was rewarded with this Christmas present that year.
My friend Kay and I rode in the “Race the Lake” bicycle race in 2013 – 90 miles around Lake Winnebago. Lots of new experiences, including drafting in a large group of about 100 riders. I was feeling pretty full of myself when I took this picture.
In the winter, I love to wear wool socks. Alpaca wool socks are my absolute favorite.
Of course, in the winter, I tend not to keep up with my grooming…
Not my feet again. These are my son’s feet, taken in the Sears Tower (now the Willis Tower). I was not amused to receive this text.
My friend Meghan and I ran in the Run or Dye 5k last fall. This is the aftermath. My socks turned colors for weeks afterwards.