Monday, June 18, 2012

Toes In The Grass

Betsy at My Five Men is having another Pedi Party today. (Actually its a Mani-Pedi Party, but I don't do my fingernails, so you won't see any manicure from me!)


This morning I walked out to the compost pile barefooted. The grass felt so good on my toes, but then reality hit and I had to come in and get dressed for work.  My feet are now enclosed in knee-high hose and shoes, but I'm looking forward to setting them free later this afternoon.

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  1. 'setting them free' ...haha...when my younger sister was little, she hated shoes and always asked to 'let her toes out'. :)

    I love the feel of grass on my bare feet and your feet are so cute! Love that color, too...I have several bottles similar to that shade..it seems to be one I go to often!

    Thanks for joining in! Cute feet!

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    1. Right now this is my only bottle of nail polish. I discovered the one I used last time was getting old; it didn't last but a couple of days before it started chipping off. Maybe I'll get a nice soft blue like yours.

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  2. Toes in the grass does sound like a good way to start the day. This is my first time joining in with Betsy's party. I really like your shade of pink.

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    1. Thanks (and thanks for stopping by!)

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  3. Such a pretty color pink! I really like the "down to earth" look of your feet in the grass. Nothing better than bare feet in the soft grass...except maybe bare feet in the warm sand : )

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    1. Since there's no sand anywhere near here (the beaches around here are lake or river, and quite rocky), I'll have to settle for grass.

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  4. Please, spare me from the misery of hose. Haven't owned a pair since I retired.

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    1. And I didn't think anybody wore them anymore...even with dresses! Guess I didn't know!

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    2. Linda-I know. You already mentioned that fact. Stop bragging :-)

      I can't WAIT until I'm in your situation.

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  5. My feet love freedom too, but I usually pay for it a day or two later when they turn up achy instead.

    (Hey, our feet have something in common... They both like grass underneath.)

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    1. Yes, your feet look quite natural in that grass! I usually don't go barefoot, but I do wear flip flops instead of shoes.

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  6. I understand nylons do not grace the gams of under thirties. I havn't slipped into a pair since 1990, so I don't know for a fact. In case you want to make a life change.

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    1. It's partly my fault for choosing shoes that fit better with nylons instead of socks, but they're SO comfortable I don't mind.

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  7. The grass is just the perfect background for newly polished toes. When I was young I mowed our grass barefooted because the cool cut grass felt so good.

    BTW you have very pretty feet to go with those toes.

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    1. Yikes! You mowed the grass barefooted?!? That sounds like an accident waiting to happen--but maybe just for me.

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  8. Kathy this looks so ahhhhhh, I don't know how to say that any other way! Your nails look fantastic and to take a photo outdoors is a brilliant idea.

    Have a wonderful week!

    Cheers.

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    1. Thanks, Darlin. Hope you have a good week too.

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  9. You sure do have pretty toes, Kathy! I would never be able to photograph mine.

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    1. My toes aren't the greatest, but I've found a coat of polish hides a multitude of sins :-)

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  10. AND they are pretty in pink!.....smiles

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