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Holey Shoes (India Week 024)

Adventures of an American Traveler

I was sad because I had no shoes, until I met a man who had no feet. So I said, “Got any shoes you’re not using?” ~Steven Wright

I don’t like to walk in bare feet. I like to keep my dogs (feet) protected from cold weather, pointy objects hiding in the grass and the missteps of clumsy people. I wear shoes outdoors all the time. I wear shoes indoors. I wear shoes pretty much from the time I wake up until I crawl into bed at night. The fact that my protected feet are very soft drives my daughters up a wall. Since I always wear shoes, it makes sense to me that I should wear shoes that meet a functional need.

I have shoes for walking, shoes for running, shoes to lift weights, shoes to referee soccer, shoes for outdoor soccer, shoes for indoor soccer, soccer specific shoes I…

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