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I was none too pleased with Mother Nature this morning when I awoke to 46 degrees. That may be balmy for some places, but for this part of California at this time of year, that sh*z is cold, dude! I wanted to grab my sandals and take Tabs out for a walk, but my exposed toes protested somethin’ fierce. Sure, I prefer sandals to socks, but not when it’s cold!
The end of sandal season means toes everywhere are again being oppressed (haha!) by socks, boots and various other forms of winter footwear. It begs the question — when your toes go into hiding, do your pedicures fall by the wayside?
I still like to keep mine painted and primped, because if I don’t, I develop what El Hub refers to as “monkey feet,” on account of my freakishly long toes and uncanny toe dexterity.
But sometimes I do think about skipping my pedis in fall and winter… I mean, why bother to paint if no one’s gonna see your feet? Why not just save that time and energy for more important cold weather activities…like roasting chestnuts over open fires and whatnot? src='http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/wp-includes/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif' alt=':)' class='wp-smiley' />
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