I've always been an ardent follower of the quotes
"No Pain, No Gain" and "Beauty Hurts".
Lately though, I've noticed that my feet are yelling "Please call Social Services, this girl abuses us!!!"
Due to this, I am going to clean out my closet ... my shoe closet, that is.
This is something that I have never done. Literally. The only shoes I've ever thrown out are the ones that I've outgrown or shred to pieces because of overwear.
I am a pack rat, I'll openly admit to that.
I will donate all the shoes that are half a size (or more) too big on me (unless they have straps around the ankle) and the shoes that I've never worn/only worn once.
If I have the original box --which is very likely-- I'll give them the box, too.
Have you ever had to do anything of the sort?
I feel like I'm going to suffer while picking out the shoes and even more when placing them in another person's hands.
But hey, at least it'll be like a Fashion Reachout Program, in which you make fashion available to everyone...
(Yes, I'm just trying to make myself feel better).
I'll post up pictures after I've decided which pairs to donate.