Friday, January 2, 2009

I am so bummed:(


The heel on my favorite pair of boots broke.

I loved these boots they are sexy, sassy and fun!!

How will I ever replace them.

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16 comments:

jewelstreet said...

Do you have a shoe repair joint around? That truly sucks. I broke my favorite pair of heels last year when I sprained my ankle. I was so sad once the pain meds kicked in. lol.

Jen - Queen of Poo said...

Yeah, I'll bet they can be repaired. We have a shoe repair place in the mall up the road.

Stacy's Random Thoughts said...

Oh, NO! But there might be a shoe repair place somewhere to make them good as new! ;) Over from SITS...glad I 'found' them and you! ;)

MindyLew said...

So sorry to hear about your boots!!
I guess that means it is time to go boot shopping huh?? Congrad on all your bargain savings - I have never seen a saving amount that large before - Good Job!!!

Alexis said...

I agree, no reason to throw them out. Find a great shoe repair person and they will fix them right up. I've done that several times!

Thanks for stopping by :).

Ter said...

I agree, a really good repair shop should be able to fix them for you!!! :)

Alexis said...

I'm glad you like the CCC. I'm on the search now for the next feature :).

angi_b72 said...

yep...a shoe repair place will fix that right up for you...not to worry!!

WishTrish said...

I used to buy a product at Walmart called Shoe Goo. It worked wonders. It was only $3-4, I think. It's worth a try!

Tabitha Blue said...

Oh, that it a sad, sad day! I'm so sorry.

:)
~Tabitha~

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Mama H said...

Hopefully you can find somewhere to repair them... that really stinks! Be sure to update us if you get them fixed! Fingers crossed here for good luck! :-)

Domestic Goddess..Diva sometimes said...

Ack! I hate when that happens. I remember having to put a pair that I loved in the trash after years. :(

Yaya said...

That sucks! Did you try fixing it with a piece of gum? (Lol)

Emma said...

Oh dear! bring it to the shoe Dr! let us know the diagnosis! good luck!

Yarni Gras! said...

you don't! if you don't have a shoe repair guy in town, a good saddlery shop should know someone who can fix them :-)

I'm Always Rite said...

This woman I cleaned house for always bought two pairs of every pair of shoes she bought so she always had an extra pair! Craziness!