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April 25, 2005

ah, the slackness

it seems like slackness should be much more enjoyable. if i feel a truly compelling need for slackness, i can usually absolve myself of all guilt over it and just get into it. but yesterday i was bored, restless, yet outside of two hours in the yard in the morning (a promising start, i thought at the time), had no desire or motivation to actually accomplish anything.

i even went to dsw, but knowing i wouldn't be buying anything made it pointless and dull outside of the initial shock of so many shoes upon walking in the door. the style i am seeking does not seem to have made it into dsw, although it's very popular this season.

in other shoe news, the crazy boots i've been lusting afer since fall are now $100 cheaper than they were, so I am going to see if i can work them into next month's budget.

the rest of the weekend was good, though, and included an off-trail scramble with the denizens of whig hill, and about four hours or so of westy sanding time.

i am totally putting off going to work. maybe i should take a day off this week or something.

Posted by lisa at April 25, 2005 09:16 AM | TrackBack


I was near a DSW at Crossroads the other day, and just the thought of going inside made me tired. although I am in dire need of spring footwear.

Posted by: pinky on April 25, 2005 02:27 PM

hmmmmm...crazy boots, walk all over thee...

Posted by: Jason on April 25, 2005 03:21 PM

I tried to post a comment to your entry about buying the boots but I got an error message.

Anyway, HOORAY for sexy new boots! After they arrive, the next cool evening we should go out in our awesome boots. I've still only worn my white ones 1 time.

Posted by: Sarah on April 26, 2005 07:48 AM

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