Monday, July 23, 2018

Some fun around town...

More local fun...

I was leaving the nursing home where Mom stays, and a car pulled up on the driveway next to me.  I didn't pay any attention to it, but as I continued to walk toward my car, I heard "Ma'am?  Excuse me, Ma'am?"  So I looked around and the elderly male driver had lowered his passenger window to talk to me.  (Good thing I answer to male OR female forms of address.)   He had several questions about where he should park, since he had handicap plates and there are two entry doors.  I helped orient him, and he ended with "Thank you Ma'am."

Those occurrences are always so pleasant!

My next stop was at a liquor store, where I was in search of a particular adult beverage to give as a wedding anniversary gift.  To the male clerks, I was female, the entire visit.  Unfortunately, they weren't able to help.  Guess I'll have to stop at a bigger store across the bay bridge...

Since the weather was spectacular, and I was in the mood for a picture while wearing my new heels, on the way home I made a detour and visited the re-purposed former PRR train depot in Easton.  I walked on the rail trail for a bit, then got out the camera. 

My new shoes are a bit snug, but I think they'll loosen up over they're a keeper.  And not hard to walk in with the low heel.  Because the heel is not pointy (stilletto), they're very stable.  Less chance of tripping or twisting an ankle. That's a big plus!  They didn't cost a fortune, but I hope they work over the long run.  There's nothing I'd like better than to be able to wear heels while dressed, no matter what the outfit!



  1. Good Luck on the new shoes! They look great :)

  2. That is a very good look for you. The tight pegged capris with nude hose and the low heels. I cannot fathom anyone seeing you dressed like this and not using the "Maam" form of address. I am glad that you are able to get out and about as well as you do. Keep it up.

    1. Thanks, I like the style as well. And it certainly helps to have outfits like that as my everyday wear. My heels were "the icing on the cake" that day!