I don't like wearing them, and I don't like shopping for them. If only the world were conducive to barefoot living.
Used to be. Still is in some places. Question is, do you want to live there?
No kidding- First thing I do when I get home is take off my shoes. I feel like they are suffocating. Tennis shoes are the worst. I love to go to a park and feel the cool grass on my bare feet- (sigh)
My feet are much happier when they are free.
yes, indeed i do live in kentucky. i suppose that i AM playing into the stereotype of barefoot hillbillies, aren't i? lol. but, to break the stereotype cycle, i am NOT barefoot AND pregnant, with another baby on my hip standing over a stove. so...there. lol.
Close to Bombay there is Hamla (a private beach only for the Indian Navy) where we used to go at least once in a month. I just don't like any shoes on a beach as it is very uncomfortable to walk once sand is inside the shoes and then even the shoes have to washed thoroughly. My mother would make us wash our feet thoroughly after coming back from the beach to the private beach front shack. WOW!! Those were wonderful days
You make me long for summer. I refuse under any circumstances to wear shoes on a beach, the feeling is too sensational.
Glad somebody shares my love for summer(btw just another 3 months for summer countdown). Over here in Seattle even in summer the waters aren't warm enough to swim
Many, many, many pairs of shoes are a necessity! Now you know that, , or you wouldn't have put this in the shopping forum.
Yes, Teresa. Lining them up and looking at all of them is very important.
They just say: I'm summery and espadrilley for the beach, I'm for when you walk down the city streets all dressed in black, I'm a red stiletto for when you want to be naughty, etc, etc...
And C.C..... You can get worms thru yer feet?? I just didn't know....
My daddy was born in Wolfe County and Mommy in Louisa. Long familial roots there. and Lita one can get worms through the bare feet under certain conditions.
Does anyone else feel like they run faster with no shoes on?
I grew up in NY and ran around without shoes most of the time.
I now live in Kentucky and hardly see anyone without them.
Different times I guess.
I run faster without shoes, seems to me that shoes weigh me down:D
whenever me and my brother were bought a new pair of trainers / sneakers, we used to 'test' them out and have a race down our road when we were kids. He always won as he was older
Think I should have tried ran without the trainers though lol
They say however without shoes the feet get wider, my feet seem to be the same without or without shoes.
Stilettos, sorry! (Except when running or biking--and then, trail runners.)
I was used to getting pulled out of the river Mersey as a child.
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