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My version of a mid-life crisis...

Ya know how some men buy a sports car when they reach a certain age? Well, I think I've reached my version of that. Now that I'm thin again and feeling like my old self (or should I say young self), I've been buying shoes - shoes that I'm probably a bit too old to be wearing. These are some examples of my mid-life crisis purchases...



Now this last pair, I LOVED (hell, I LOVED them all, but felt silly and returned them). I wanted to keep them so badly, but put them away to return them. The thing is, they sat there forever (just couldn't bring myself to return them). So, I took the picture & posted it on Facebook and asked 'Am I too old for these shoes?' I was shocked at how many people (men & women) responded. With a unanimous - they are HOT - keep them! So, I did. I wore them for Mother's Day last weekend, but aside from that, being a stay at home mom, I have no idea where the hell I'm going to wear them - they're a bit dressy for play dates and picking Ethan up from nursery school :-)

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