Monday, June 1, 2009

June Theme Day: Feet

The feet that used to be ... here

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  1. Cute choice, well photographed.

  2. awwwww! They are darling! I wish that they came in my size too:)

  3. those are crocs right?
    popular all around the world it seems!

  4. Rio feet! Meet Brazil feet! Greet black and white feet, blurry feet, where did they go feet?! To the Rio beach feet? Did they retreat feet into the South American heat? Fun theme FEET are a treat! Your feet meet and greet my feet on my friendly Minnesota street!
    : - )

  5. Yours feet photo look cute too!

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  6. Tried commenting yesterday but for some odd reason it wouldn't work. Today it does! Just wanted to say how much I liked the photograph and the shoes waiting for the feet!

  7. Jilly, your comment was a golden key! I loved "the shoes waiting for the feet". Its absolutely what I wanted to say! Thanks to come!



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