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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

What I Wore Wednesday...

...And I didn't know until my coworker pointed it out at lunchtime.


  1. Oh but you are a gem! It's got to be a new look for Autumn 2012! The rest of us just need to catch up with your avant garde look!

  2. Oh my six year old is already caught up ;). Lol

  3. LOL--my husband went to work like that once. He wore two different tennis shoes...luckily they were both white :) It gave us all a good laugh though.

  4. BAHAHAHA You can set a new trend!

  5. Yes, there continued to be laughter today. And, the students were still questioning me about why I had two different shoes on as if the very idea was unfathomable. Ugh. I am used to being laughed at. I consider it to be a way to help others. After all, laughter is good for the soul. SO, laugh away! I am sure I will have more Anne moments to share. Lots. You all just met me. TRUST ME. Lots.

    Blessings to you all!

  6. ohhh too funny! i actually did this once too i had one brown and one black shoe on...they were the same shoe just diff color. love it! enjoy your evening!

  7. Oh that is so funny? You didn't notice? I did it once when I went to church.

  8. How funny! I've totally done that before but with different colors! Hehe!

  9. LOL That looks like a Monday blunder not Wednesday!
    Be blessed,

  10. Ohh that is so funny! LOL!! My oldest daughter wears unmatching socks on purpose and to her and her friends it's cool so it's almost the same right?! :0)
    ~The Olde Willow~

  11. LOL that's so funny but so cute...lol
    Our son did that for our 45the wedding anniversary - didn't realize he had on two different black shoes on till someone looked down.
    Makes for fun memories!

  12. My shoes felt the same- I think that is why I didn't feel the difference. I was in a rush to get out of the house. Both pairs were under the rocking chair. I slid my feet under and ran out of the house. I never really look down. That is why I am always tripping on things. I also wear glasses that are narrow, so I don't see things below me clearly. Okay. Truly? I have no idea how I did it. No, wait. I need to blame it on something. My dog switched them. Yeah. I'll go with that.


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