Running in ruby red slippers!

I just love these red shoes and the symbolism behind them.
Red shoes you can run home on: to yourself.

If only Asics made these as running shoes!
Wouldn't I look pretty doing my runs in my ruby red shoes?!










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19 comments:

  1. Beautiful shoes. Red is always beautiful.

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  2. I once owned ruby red 5" platforms for a costume party I went to. Now those are hard enough to walk in much less run (tee-hee).

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  3. Pretty feet with those shoes.
    I am sure you will look pretty too.

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  4. Are those shoes worn by Dorothy in 'The Wizard of OZ?"

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  5. Beautiful shoes. Gosh. I hadn't though of that movie or seen it in a long time. I want to watch it now. Happy WW!

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  6. I've seen orange running shoes so someone should branch out with the red glitter

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  7. I love these shoes! Definitely need a pair :-)

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  8. Great shoes, and a wonderful blog! Great theme, great header.

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  9. I'm such an Oz fan! LOL Pretty shoes! ;)

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  10. One of my favorite movies ever.. :)

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  11. This is my favorite movie ever. And I actually saw these shoes at the Smithsonian and they were even more beautiful in person!

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  12. I think they don't make them because they'd distract our fellow runners! :) I find it hard to focus when there are sparkly things to see, though maybe that would be just the motivation I'd need to run faster!

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  13. Awww... I love the association with Dorothy's ruby red shoes--as a child I dreamed of them! I can totally imagine taking a run in my ruby red tennies!

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  14. thats my favorite movie ever i love it

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  15. I am not a runner, but my kids would love sparkly red sneakers. Maybe you have a business idea (for all your free time :)).

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  16. Sounds like we think alike. You might be interested in reading this post:

    http://spatter.typepad.com/spatter/2007/09/theres-no-place.html

    Merry Christmas!

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  17. Merry Christmas and happy WW to you!
    Cindy

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