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I am Sandra - faithful steward. listener. shepherd. dream believer. hard worker. collects brass bells, boots. Jesus follower. contented. star gazer. homemaker. farmer. prayer warrior. country woman. reader. traveler. writer. homebody. living life large.

Monday, July 05, 2010

Trotters

 ~ Sadie trotters ~
~ Dani Girl trotters ~
 
 ~ my trotters ~
 ~ tart trotters ~
Blessings ~ sensible shoes ~ sensible women who wear sensible shoes ~ healthful feet ~ happy feet ~

Dei Gratia,
Sandra

15 comments:

  1. Good Monday afternoon, Miss Sandra. I love your post. I believe I'll do without the last photo's shoes - the tart ones. I don't know when the last time it was that I work any type of shoe other than tennies or sandals, or I usually go barefooted around my home. I'm not sure how some women can wear those types of shoes all day long. My feet are more in-tuned with yours - the sandals. Take care, from KY.

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  2. Hi Sandra, What a darling post today! When I have to wear "real" shoes, I hobble like I am 90 years old! Hope you are enjoying this Monday afternoon.

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  3. I've often wondered how anyone can wear some of the shoes I see in the stores. I think 4 inch heels should carry a warning that they could be hazardous. I prefer sandals and athletic shoes.

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  4. You have me *rolling*! Too funny...tart trotters. hahahaha!

    My feet only know, paddock boots, tennies, and flip flops! And they are ~happy feet~!

    misha

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  5. Funny, "tart trotters" ! What...you don't wear these on the farm, why ever not?

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  6. Dear Sandra,
    God bless you and may you have a great week!

    Feet are so important to us...comfy as we go.

    Hope you had a nice 4th...our's was nice and wet!
    d

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  7. That's funny - we call them troters too...

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  8. LOL on the "tart trotters.

    I mostly wear my Birkenstocks all summer then move into lace up ankle boots for fall. Wet weather calls for the blue floral wellies I bought this spring at the Tractor Supply Store ... I love my wellies! =)

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  9. Hi Sweet One~

    I loved seeing the pictures of the furry feet...they are just so sweet.

    I had to LOL @ "Tart Trotters"!

    LuLu♥

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  10. Blessings on all those trotters! Once more I have visited and caught up on all your posts ~ I feel like I have visited a little heaven on earth. I loved the quotes and the fox pictures! Would love to sit on your new porch furniture and take in your all your pretty views! Hope your week if filled with joys Sandra!

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  11. Amen, sister! Have a great day!

    Warmly,
    ~Debbie~

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  12. I love the furry feet too. Sure couldn't wear the tart trotters.

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  13. can't quite figure out why anyone wants to wear uncomfortable trotters, well other than they look cute. it didn't take me long to realize that comfort is more important than style. i love comfort!

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  14. Kathy - those are some really sick shoes.

    Mildred - those are "real" shoes; those are painful shoes -smile-.

    Sweet Virginia Breeze - stupid shoes, eh?

    Misha - we share happy feet; glad you got a laugh! That makes me happy.

    Kathy - nope, don't wear them on the farm nor in public. Those shoes say a LOT about the woman wearing them and I don't think it's good.

    Deanna - if our feet hurt, we hurt all over.

    affectioknit - it's so funny...tart trotters!

    Penny - I used to wear Birkies but find them not so comfortable any more.

    LuLu - glad I gave you a LOL.

    Ragamuffin - holding down porch furniture is what we do best around here!

    Debbie - hope you're feet are happy feet.

    Life is good - I don't think those shoes are cute; they look wretched to me. -smile-

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  15. Amen to that.....happy trotting to you dear one!
    Hugs, Nancy

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