On a whim I followed a link to one of those online quizzes. It was to determine “which classic leading man should I marry.”
Cary must have been a winner by a hair since my movie preference (To Sir with Love), my interest in Musicals, and outdoor activities would have indicated that Sidney Poitier, Fred Astaire or John Wayne had the edge.
The final explanation about Cary included: “He dresses better than you do”
Ha Ha – My response – “Doesn’t everybody?”
These are the only shoes in my closet
They are ALL athletic shoes.
The bright ones are for running
The light colored ones are for wearing around every day.
The black ones are my “good” shoes. I wear them to church or to meetings. I used to wear them to work too before I retired.
Once these are on my feet, thoughts of “fashion” become irrelevant.
I forgot. I do have a pair of sandals that my orthotics fit into. My mother once asked “isn’t that the kind the gladiators used to wear?” Yeah, they’re not dainty.
OK, I do have one pair of “dress shoes” for weddings or maybe a reunion. I carry them to the event and put them on only when I absolutely have to.
Probably because I just typed about “shoes” on my facebook page, I’m being shown photos like this.
So much for targeted advertising.
It’s not yet smart enough to realize that I am hardly a potential customer.
Hmm, it looks like fashion has created a hybrid of the platform shoes of the 70s and the spiked heels of my youth – the kind of shoes I abandoned after watching my mother and her sisters hobble around in their later years.
I hope anyone wearing these things for any length of time has strong foot and leg genes.
Here’s the link in case you would like to check out for yourself your ideal mate of yesteryear.
I’ve taken these types of quizzes before.
I’m Maria from the Sound of Music,
Guinan from Star Trek, the Next Generation (the Whoopi Goldberg character),
and from the Bible just call me Mary Magdelene.
I wonder which of those ladies would like to marry Cary Grant?