Shoe Makers and Foot Doctors Working Together?

“Skechers are wonderful! They’re so comfortable!” raves one of my best friends. They’re really cute, too.  A good thing.

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I’ve decided that shoe makers are in “cahoots” with the foot clinics and foot doctors. “We’ll ruin their feet, and you can fix them.”  Those fabulous 3-inch heels and the flip-flops you live in all summer and the ballet shoes that you can’t live without, give way to plantar fasciitis, orthotics and arthritis down the road!  Just my musings as I grow older:) So, I love shoes, and I love comfortable shoes even more!
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3 Replies to “Shoe Makers and Foot Doctors Working Together?”

  1. Kristen, Welcome! and Yes, I'm sure I am right! 🙂 especially when the styles are so cute, but exactly the same ones I fell down a flight of stairs wearing when I was 20, or were they the ones I turned my ankles on 50 times?? Anyways, I'm thinking of investing money in podiatry (or maybe hearing aids:)
    Blessings, Kristen!
    Wendy

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