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Wednesday, September 27, 2006

I would like to thank everyone for their valuable input yesterday, especially Jenny, Erin, and Ms. Where Productivity Goes To Die.

I went with the Nine West Nuncios in black crocodile.



I LOVE them. Really it's the perfect black pump. These I bought in the actual Nine West store
and then I found a patent crocodile version in Macy's that I loooooved. But alas, they only had a size 7 in stock. I am keeping my eyes peeled for those babies though. Tres elegant.

And when Adam saw how excited I was about my new shoes, well he just had to had some too so we headed up to Bostonian and took care of his shoe needs.



I enjoy a nice shoe on a man. And this is a nice shoe.


And then of course we did what all people do when they are celebrating something fun (like buying new fabulous shoes) and we went home and cracked open a bottle of champagne.



Between the champagne and the new shoes and the excellent crab cakes we had at Joe's earlier in the evening..it was quite a good night indeed.

Next up? Where to find a cute, Hermes Kelly-esque black crocodile bag!!?

11 comments:

Lys said...

LOVE the shoes!!! Congrats!

ezra said...

THEIR not THERE....

Sarah said...

oh my god that's annoying.

Anonymous said...

You guys are too cute. :)

Samantha said...

Is that an Arabic tattoo on your ankle??? I just finished taking Arabic, but I couldn't get a good look of all the letters (plus, it's backwards in the mirror). Care to show us a little more? :-)

kim said...

WEHEE! there's nothing like successful shoe-shopping! :)

Sarah said...

it is arabic! and it appears correctly in the mirror since it is written backwards on my ankle. it says "courage" (phonetically in arabic its shoo-jar)

Samantha said...

Why did you get it backwards on your ankle? Where did you get it done - Lebanon? The accents look Lebanese? Do you know Arabic? Okay, 20 questions is over. :-)

Samantha said...

P.S. If it appears correctly in the mirror, the last character is reversed. It's supposed to face like a "3", I believe?

Sarah said...

i just wanted something that was small, looks pretty and means something, my uncle (who is lebanese and speaks/writes arabic, came here in the 70's) wrote it for me.

Sarah said...

by the way, is this California Samantha!? who used to have a blog/xanga?