Fun pic, Sarah. 🙂
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Oh yes, Sylvia, The owners of the shadows were having great fun, enjoying the sunshine 🙂
Haha! Sarah, you crack me up, so funny 😀
Size 14 boot belonging to taller shadow!
PS Will reply to your email soon, Sherri. Sorry I’ve taken so long. Have been very, very busy with stuff, which you will hear about in detail xxxx
Wow…and I thought my boys were the ones with big feet at sizes 13 (eldest son who is 6’4″ and middle son a mere size 11 surprisingly despite his 6’5″ frame!)!!
And please don’t worry about replying…we keep in touch as we can, but I always look forward to hearing from you with all your news when you are able! I am enjoying the B&W challenge but I’m stressed at how little time I’m getting to write, along with numerous appointments and other stuff, which you will also hear about…!!! And on we trudge…hope you have a productive day dear Sarah, amidst all the ‘stuff’… xxxxx
My son is 6’5″, so his feet look in proportion to the rest of him. I’m 5’8″, skinny, and take size 8 shoes, but my mother is taller than me by 3″ but takes size 7 shoes. I hate the trousers they’re selling at the moment in the shops, as they’re all skinny at the ankles and I can’t wear them as my feet look too big. Bring back the bell-bottoms, I say! Bootcut jeans are okay, but are usually too tight around my knees. Buying clothes and shoes is such a nightmare, when it should be fun. Nothing ever fits me right.
I’ve given up on writing this week, but have done two submissions — one to a publisher and one to a literary agent. Fingers very tightly crossed. Appointments have interfered with my time, too.
Stay calm., dear Sherri. Mister always says to me, “Slow down. There’s only one of you.” xxxx
More coincidences, love it 🙂 I am the shortie in my family at 5’6″. Daughter is 5’9″ and wears size 7, I’m a 6. And I hate clothes shopping too for so many reasons. That’s great you’ve made two submissions, well done! I will definitley be keeing me fingers crossed for you. And yes, keeping calm is so important…love Mister’s sayings, he is very wise 🙂 Hubby says much the same to me, and one so important is to remind me to enjoy the process. Must remember to do that…
Have a lovely evening Sarah we’ll catch up soon xxxxxx
shadows selves are such fun!!
They never fail to entertain, whatever one’s age.
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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