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Tagged by Arlene. Thanks sis! Because of this tag I realized that the last time I bough a pair of shoes was five months ago where Rusty Lopez had a super sale hahaha! These days I’d often buy slippers, flip flops, step-ins, sandals, whatever you call it… coz I don’t feel the need of wearing shoes anymore. Hehe!

Since this tag is asking for a photo of my latest shoe footwear buy, I think I’d just share one of the pairs that I recently purchased from Banana Peel. This was actually a replacement order as 4 out of 8 pairs that I ordered were no longer available.

My shoe size is 7. With slippers, it’s 8. Weird huh? Haha! Fortunately, me and my mom share the same size, may it be shoes or slippers. But we don’t share/borrow from each other coz her taste is not my taste LOL! But if I buy something and later on realized that it doesn’t suit my feet, I usually give it to her and she’d take them with a smile.

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What’s your shoe size? Are your feet the same size as your mom’s feet? How about your sister’s feet? Can you borrow shoes from each other?

Post a picture of your latest shoe buy. Tag the number of women of your shoe size, i.e. size 5 = tag 5 friends. Don’t forget to drop a line in this blog when you’re done.

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I’d like to know your shoe sizes (oh my I need to tag 8 hahaha!) Feng, Iris, Ruby, Zriz, Shimumsy, Era, Sasha and Rach.

I wish to finish all my pending tags, but I still have things to check on the net, a friend asked me to check on Cobra golf, I don’t even know why he’d need that. So please bear with me…

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Marketing Manager at Adventures Beyond Group | WAHM | Ex-OFW | Music Enthusiast | Cactus and Succulent Hobbyist | Hello Kitty Lover | A 42 y/o mom of two lovely girls sharing her adventures as she walks through motherhood and having to do most things on her own while her Indian national husband works miles away from home.



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