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July-10-Size-14 The Big Shoe Saga

July-10-Size-14 The Big Shoe Saga
cookingmylife, Jul 10, 2020
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Apparently his size 14 shoes suddenly became too small...:cornfused

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https://the-lilypad.com/store/Messy-Pockets-Gridded-No4.html
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https://the-lilypad.com/store/Beachy-Brushes.html
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https://the-lilypad.com/store/Picnic-Time-Kit.html

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    • trekmom
      Wow, this is so funny and great. I love how you documented this. Even the little things need to be remembered.
    • flowersgal
      Great layout, Maureen. I like the big photo of the shoes and your journaling. I do remember the first time I got fitted for good walking shoes, I couldn't believe the size they put me in -- at least 2 sizes above my normal shoes. They explained the difference in sizing for athletic shoes and they were right. It's important to have shoes that fit well when you walk. Now if the only size that went up were my shoes, I'd be a happy gal... LOL!
    • cookingmylife
      @flowersgal I really don't understand it as he wore all his size 14s for the full 19 years of our marriage which always included his bicycle shoes. The two in the photo he wore for biking probably since March. Perhaps at 82 he got a foot growth spurt??? I agree on the walking shoes though. Mine are a half size larger than my normal and clothes size? I don't even think about it... :( sigh
    • Angela Toucan
      lovely clean trainers! Fun way to document your son growing.
    • cookingmylife
    • mcurtt
      Wow! Now that's a big pair of shoes! Fun layout and great documentation.
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