I actually wear regular shoes or sandals whenever I feel lazy to wear a leg brace, go to the church, somewhere in Kalentong, neighbor's house our outside the house (literal na labas ng bahay). The only regular shoes that I currently have are the crocs that I used to wear with my old plastic foot brace. So oftentimes, I would borrow Talitha's loafers or sandals (but definitely not this shoes). She has a bigger feet size than me (she's size 9-10, I'm 8.5-9) but it's fine because I'm not comfortable wearing shoes that are too fit; my feet are weird that way.
And then I received this:
I even tried it on Talitha while she was sleeping to see if it will fit her feet (gusto lang magka-rhyme :P).
|What should I wear 1st?|
The next day, I wore the Red Lisa Shoes when my mom, sis and I attended a surprise party in San Juan. It's alright not to wear my leg brace since I'll just be sitting and don't need to walk or something; or so I thought.
I needed to go up the stairs in order to reach the door and enter the house. Gow lang! I already did it many times before—using the stairs without my leg brace. But what amazes me is that: 1) I don't need to remove my left shoe while stepping because it's doesn't fall off, thanks to the strap. 2) My feet were flat on the ground the whole time. Calm & Steady ang peg!
After coming home, my mom, brother & I attended the mass (and also saw Blessed Laura Vicuña's relic). But before that, I changed to this:
You may think that the shoes are too big for me because of the spaces you see. It actually fits perfectly that way. As I have said, my feet is weird, that's why.
Among the two, I like the Lisa shoes more. Aylabit! The best part is, it's so affordable. I want another color. Purple (when it's already available) Hmm..
|Walang basagan ng trip, k? :P|
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