My personal quest for a nice boot.

It started with these.

It brought me to these because I was feeling risky and daring. I was thinking black or blue.

It created a constant lust for La Canadienne which is of course too expensive for me.

Then I came to this because I figured warmth=good in winter.

but some friends said they looked like I should be chillin’ with Robin Hood’s Merry Men.

So then I found these…

They have zippers on both sides…I love them. But they are a LEETLE expensive which means no more buying stuff for a while.

But after posting this…I really do love those booties…they just aren’t practical enough you know? And that style is gonna get old fast, I bet you. Which is funny because all the chain stores are following it like mad. Yeah, come spring/summer that will be GONE and what good will they do me in the winter?

I think I’m in denial about this. Mom has an old pair from years ago in her closet somewhere…maybe i should hunt those down.


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