Fast forward to this week with my running foot injury I told you about here. I am out of town for work this week so Sunday night I pack my pumps and a pair of wedges for the entire week. Monday morning I arrive at my destination after a long drive, throw my flip flops in back seat and put the pumps on. OMG! The pain was excruciating. The lump of dried glue that was "no biggie" a year ago was now piercing the one part of my foot that is sore. Yesterday I had no option and spent the entire day sucking it up.
Last night I ran over to DSW with a $10 coupon in hand looking for something similar to replace my shoes. I found these...
Pretty right! That's was I was thinking last night, especially since their price tag was a mere $39 dollars not considering my coupon. I wore them a bit around the hotel and they felt fine. Fast forward to today at noon and holy hurting feet. There is a seam that is running along the edge that is scratching me and the toe box of the shoe is just uncomfortable. Boo!!
I typically spending $75+ on work shoes, not because I seek that price but because that is usually the style or brand I prefer. So I ask you, when it comes to shoes, do you really get what you pay for??
I am probably going to have to cave and head to Dillard's tonight to see if I can find anything. If not, I'll be stuck with a dried glue blob stabbing pain or a the scrunched toe scratching pain---oh decisions!
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