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A few years back, I worked in a
very upbeat office with mostly women and for the better part of the
day our feet were under a desk.  We dressed in office
attire, dress shoes, hose, skirts, jackets, because we worked for
the benefits department of a public school.  During the day, we
had customers come see us about different topics to do with their
benefits. 



That day was routine, II went
to lunch at a local restaurant and walked all over the building
copying, faxing, going to different departments, etc.  During
the day, my friend and co-worker in the cubicle next to
me walked over for a visit.  I stretched my legs out in
front of me and looked down, she looked at the same time I
did.  We both cracked up laughing.  I had on two different
shoes and two different colors.  The shoes had the same
size heel so I didn't notice a difference until I looked down. 
Instead of getting embarrassed, my friend and I had quite a laugh
out of my boo boo.  I'm sure others are still talking about
that crazy lady in the benefits department.  Now when I get
ready to go somewhere I turn on the light in the
closet and match up the shoes when I dress for the day.




Sasebone


 


 


  OMG I thought I was the only one IN THE WORLD that did
this...I think I have you beat in the embarrasment dept...I got up
early and headed for the Doctors office which  on its kindest day
is a 2 hour wait and a very large room full of people! Not until I
went to get out of my car did I notice I had 2 different sandals on
AND 2 different styles completely.."HOW IN THE WORLD DID I NOT
FEEL THIS WHEN SLIPPING INTO THEM" This is probably my first
moment in my age of 44 that I felt "IM LOOSING IT ALREADY" I
really had to fight myself to go ahead on and just do it! So my
friends, I bit the bullet and and headed in and suprisingly no one
even noticed to my knowledge....Hmmmmph guess my feet aren pretty
enough to stare at anymore! Laugh-cry or both!!!www.aarp.org/community/editor/fckeditor/editor/images/smiley/msn/embaressed_smile.gif" />


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  Oh yeah. I can identify with
this. I don't even try to find matching socks anymore, figure that
now I'm this old I can do what I want with my feet. Thank you, this
was great.


  OMG I thought I was the only one IN THE WORLD that did
this...I think I have you beat in the embarrasment dept...I got up
early and headed for the Doctors office which  on its kindest day
is a 2 hour wait and a very large room full of people! Not until I
went to get out of my car did I notice I had 2 different sandals on
AND 2 different styles completely.."HOW IN THE WORLD DID I NOT
FEEL THIS WHEN SLIPPING INTO THEM" This is probably my first
moment in my age of 44 that I felt "IM LOOSING IT ALREADY" I
really had to fight myself to go ahead on and just do it! So my
friends, I bit the bullet and and headed in and suprisingly no one
even noticed to my knowledge....Hmmmmph guess my feet aren pretty
enough to stare at anymore! Laugh-cry or both!!!


Sweet Pea in Cali

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A few years back, I worked in a
very upbeat office with mostly women and for the better part of the
day our feet were under a desk.  We dressed in office
attire, dress shoes, hose, skirts, jackets, because we worked for
the benefits department of a public school.  During the day, we
had customers come see us about different topics to do with their
benefits. 



That day was routine, II went
to lunch at a local restaurant and walked all over the building
copying, faxing, going to different departments, etc.  During
the day, my friend and co-worker in the cubicle next to
me walked over for a visit.  I stretched my legs out in
front of me and looked down, she looked at the same time I
did.  We both cracked up laughing.  I had on two different
shoes and two different colors.  The shoes had the same
size heel so I didn't notice a difference until I looked down. 
Instead of getting embarrassed, my friend and I had quite a laugh
out of my boo boo.  I'm sure others are still talking about
that crazy lady in the benefits department.  Now when I get
ready to go somewhere I turn on the light in the
closet and match up the shoes when I dress for the day.




Sasebone


 


 



  Oh yeah. I can identify with
this. I don't even try to find matching socks anymore, figure that
now I'm this old I can do what I want with my feet. Thank you, this
was great.

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A few years back, I worked in a
very upbeat office with mostly women and for the better part of the
day our feet were under a desk.  We dressed in office
attire, dress shoes, hose, skirts, jackets, because we worked for
the benefits department of a public school.  During the day, we
had customers come see us about different topics to do with their
benefits. 



That day was routine, II went
to lunch at a local restaurant and walked all over the building
copying, faxing, going to different departments, etc.  During
the day, my friend and co-worker in the cubicle next to
me walked over for a visit.  I stretched my legs out in
front of me and looked down, she looked at the same time I
did.  We both cracked up laughing.  I had on two different
shoes and two different colors.  The shoes had the same
size heel so I didn't notice a difference until I looked down. 
Instead of getting embarrassed, my friend and I had quite a laugh
out of my boo boo.  I'm sure others are still talking about
that crazy lady in the benefits department.  Now when I get
ready to go somewhere I turn on the light in the
closet and match up the shoes when I dress for the day.




Sasebone


 


 


  Man, this is an easy one to do if you are getting dressed in
the dark.  Thanks for sharing!

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A few years back, I worked in a
very upbeat office with mostly women and for the better part of the
day our feet were under a desk.  We dressed in office
attire, dress shoes, hose, skirts, jackets, because we worked for
the benefits department of a public school.  During the day, we
had customers come see us about different topics to do with their
benefits. 



That day was routine, II went
to lunch at a local restaurant and walked all over the building
copying, faxing, going to different departments, etc.  During
the day, my friend and co-worker in the cubicle next to
me walked over for a visit.  I stretched my legs out in
front of me and looked down, she looked at the same time I
did.  We both cracked up laughing.  I had on two different
shoes and two different colors.  The shoes had the same
size heel so I didn't notice a difference until I looked down. 
Instead of getting embarrassed, my friend and I had quite a laugh
out of my boo boo.  I'm sure others are still talking about
that crazy lady in the benefits department.  Now when I get
ready to go somewhere I turn on the light in the
closet and match up the shoes when I dress for the day.




Sasebone


 


 

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A few years back, I worked in a
very upbeat office with mostly women and for the better part of the
day our feet were under a desk.  We dressed in office
attire, dress shoes, hose, skirts, jackets, because we worked for
the benefits department of a public school.  During the day, we
had customers come see us about different topics to do with their
benefits. 



That day was routine, II went
to lunch at a local restaurant and walked all over the building
copying, faxing, going to different departments, etc.  During
the day, my friend and co-worker in the cubicle next to
me walked over for a visit.  I stretched my legs out in
front of me and looked down, she looked at the same time I
did.  We both cracked up laughing.  I had on two different
shoes and two different colors.  The shoes had the same
size heel so I didn't notice a difference until I looked down. 
Instead of getting embarrassed, my friend and I had quite a laugh
out of my boo boo.  I'm sure others are still talking about
that crazy lady in the benefits department.  Now when I get
ready to go somewhere I turn on the light in the
closet and match up the shoes when I dress for the day.




Sasebone


 


 

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