When Mrs. Fever presented this prompt Shoes, I knew it was one that I had to write about. I think I’ve had a shoe fetish since I was a tiny little girl.

As a child, I wasn’t allowed to have toy cars to play with because those were toys for boys only. So I used my parent’s shoes… my dad’s boots were trucks and my mom’s shoes were the cars. My mother milked another 30 minutes of sleep by letting me play in her closet.

When I was about 2-1/2, we lived in a big green house behind Raff’s Shoe store, which was across the street from Northgate. This was about 1953, three years after Northgate shopping mall opened up as the first mall in the country. Now, after 70 years, Northgate just recently closed up shop.1northgatexmastree

But in 1953 it was almost brand new, and the area grew rapidly. I had a little friend named Freddy, and Freddy and I loved to sneak into the backdoor of the shoe store and pull down boxes of shoes to play… yes, cars and trucks. Hey, we were poor, and you had to find your fun wherever you could. One day the manager caught us and chased us out of the door with a broom!

My love of shoes continued as I grew up. In grade school, I refused to wear saddle shoes and socks and would only wear flats and Mary Janes. To this day, I hate wearing socks. I would wear knee socks but not anklets and preferred tights instead.

When I got old enough to buy my own shoes, I went nuts. I couldn’t just go into a shoe store and come out with just one pair. I had to buy at least three but mostly ended up with 6-7 pairs with each shoe-buying trip.

I spent a lot of time at Chandler’s, Thom McAn, Kinney’s, Nordstroms, Bon Marche, Frederick and Nelson’s, and Jay Jacobs, just to mention a few.

Even now I love looking at designer shoes, although I gave up long ago being able to wear any of them. In fact, due to the damage to my leg and foot, I rarely wear shoes at all anymore. I’m always barefoot. When I go out, I’m in a wheelchair, so I’m barefoot even then.

When Polyvore was still around… I loved to style clothing sets, and great shoes were always a part of the set, like in this set…


If I was rich, I would collect two things… classic cars and designer shoes… designers like Gucci, Jimmy Choo…


and of course, Christian Louboutin….


And shoes like these…


One thought on “Shoes

  1. Oh yes
    I am familiar with a live of shoes.
    My life goal is to learn how to make bespoke shoes.
    There is nothing finer than a woman’s foot in a high heeled shoe, whether high heel or tall wedge, the pointed toe accentuating calf, lifting her ass, giving her a majestic strut.
    Fuck me pumps
    Cuffed 6 inch heels, either a mark of dominance or submission.
    Nothing finer than a lover on her back at the edge of the bed. My hands holding her heels high as I fuck her hard and fast.
    Oh I love the look of a sexy pair of heels on a sexy love.

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