All Click had wondered a while back what constituted "really cute sandals". Well, in the brain of a female, it's a complicated mathmatical equation. It's something like : the desired cuteness multiplied by correct heel height divided by how expensive they are (more is better) minus the percentage of the sale price. It's all about the perceived (not real) bargain we stand to walk away with (so to speak).
And, if you'll take notice - I think I have really cute toes too. The 2nd toe is NOT longer than the first toe, as it is with most people. The Evil Twin says I obviously have a birth defect, but I don't think so. He's just jealous.
The next pic shows a side view of the sandals. Notice what I mentioned earlier about heel height. When you're a tall girl like myself, you want to be sure you don't tower over your man of choice. The Evil Twin has about 5 inches +/- on me, so we're good.
The next photo shows our growing caterpillars. They are MUCH larger than this photo, which I only took a couple of days ago. I think they're almost ready to form chrysalids. After that happens, we have a 7 to 10 day wait until they emerge as butterflies! I'm soooo excited!
I'm sorry about the crappy layout here. I still haven't really figured out how to add pics without causing mutiny on Blogger. Let's face it: I'm lucky to have functioning brain cells, period. That's what having kids will do to your brain. It becomes like jell-o. Sometimes, it vibrates around in my skull like I'm on one of those funky mattresses in hotels a long time ago. You know, put a quarter in the machine and the whole bed shimmies. I used to think those were "rides". I suppose they were, depending on how you look at it.