Okay, here we go. I have big fat feet. As long as I can remember, I have had relatively big feet compared to the rest of me. (In old age, the rest of me is catching up with my feet.) In this black and white photograph, I am sitting in between my two sisters in a pair of Christmas pair of mukluks. I believe mukluks are soft-soled shoes or slippers that look like boots. Frequently, mukluks have rabbit fur; mine were furless. Other shoes that I remember wearing as a child are saddle shoes, which I hated and penny loafers, which I loved. After running down the backs of my loafers in one week, I was forbidden from wearing the fashionable shoe with the bright shiny pennies.
Teva makes a very comfortable flip-flop.
Occasionally, a shoe like this works for my poor old feet.
Now, sandals and ugly Crocs are fine for work. But a night on the town calls for something a little special like these black satin high-heeled sandals.
Finally, look at these very cute soccer-playing feet of my 2 1/2 year old granddaughter.