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Re: re nursery interview apparel

I couldn't afford an expensive shoe right now, but found a sale on Cobbie
Cuddlers that fit well.  I spent my growing up years always wearing shoes
that didn't fit quite right as I have a C width foot.  I also have a high
instep, so could not wear penny loafers.  Add to that my somewhat thick
ankles (a family trait) and I can't wear most athletic shoes.  I must sound
a real mess!

But these Cobbie Cuddlers feature "Ultra massage with comfort flow".  They
have special cushioning at 'foreport' and 'heelstrike' and holes in the sole
under the arch called a 'breathable air transfer system'.  They do feel
pretty nice.  I suppose I should start wearing them and break them in before
next week.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2004 4:01 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] re nursery interview apparel

> In a message dated 3/2/04 10:10:47 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
> <<  So I went shopping yesterday for a
> sale on footwear.  Also got a pair of cotton twill pants and 2 pair of
> (I didn't have any). >>
> Kitty, I think any casual slacks are suitable.  I usually start in jeans
> as it warms up move to a lighter wt cotton/poly blend.  Jeans are
> more durable.  I think you will need the best supportive shoe you can buy.
> foot dr tells me to get a crosstrainer or running shoe because they are
> up the most.  Also, he suggests New Balance, Avia or the other brand that
> begins with 'A' and I can't think of the brand.  New Balance does not fit
> narrow foot but it is the only one available in widths.  The shoe I am
wearing now
> is an Avia 581 (I think) it is $59.99 at Kohls and was on sale last week
> the great price of $29.99 so I purchased two pair.
>     Congratulations and good luck.  I know they got a bargain so hope you
> will enjoy it and this will be a stepping stone to a better income.  I
love it
> when our hobbies/interests become profitable.
>     Ceres
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