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Hooker Heels and Fun

Thursday, June 04, 2009

Ok, so getting on track nutrionally isn't as hard as I was thinking, but I am now trying to get in gear about fitness. If you've ever seen the movie In Her Shoes, you will know my love of shoes. I am just like Toni Collette's character with regards to shoes (except sorry I can't afford anything more than $150). I love my shoes, which my coworker lovingly refers to as my "Hooker Heels". What I want more than anything is to wear my good shoes around work and not have my feet hurt or swell up like patotoes. That is my goal. I am actually wearing some of my Charles David stilettoes today and I'm hoping that the "joy" of wearing them will help me reflect on my goals to get healthy, exercise and maintian a balanced lifestyle.
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  • CRKRJAK
    gGET IT GIRL... make it happen u got this!!! Get it on in the hooker heels..haha love it!
    4352 days ago
  • HEIDIODIE123
    heehee...I saw the title to your blog and just HAD to read!!!
    I feel the same way! I work in a research facility in the Archives department and I CAN'T WAIT until I can wear pretty little heels with smart little outfits! But at the moment, I'm wearing dressy sneakers with my frumpy outfits...(NO FUN!)
    So hang in their girl! It'll happen! It just takes more time than I would like! LOL
    Hope you have a great weekend!
    ((HUGS))
    ~Heidi
    4355 days ago
  • PITAKELLY13
    Number 1 priority is doing what makes you feel good about your body. The rest will happen!

    I LOVE my FMB's ( F Me Boots)

    I put those on and I feel HOT! And I knooooow my hunny likes em.

    Hey I thought about getting the flirty girl fitness videos- face you, you rarely see a stripper with fat thighs!
    4357 days ago
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