Check this out.
I bought these shoes when I was in dental hygiene school.
I think it was 1999.
That makes them older than Brandon!
I bought them at either Ross or Burlington Coat Factory.
I think I paid ten bucks.
They have been the best shoes! They are comfy, easy to slide on, and go with a lot of different outfits. (Or at least I told myself that they did.) But it was time to send them off to that great shoe store in the sky. The bottoms had worn out so that they could get little pebbles stuck inside of them and then my shoes would rattle. That might be fun for a two-year-old, but not so much for me. I kept holding on to them because I couldn't find a decent pair of clogs to replace them for less than $40. So I waited. And waited. And, finally, this week I found a pair on clearance at a Sears that is closing down. $15. That's more like it. But it's going to take a while for them to grow on me. They feel kinda slippery and not nearly as comfortable. If I sprain my ankle in the near future, you'll know what to blame.