Isn't it amazing how often we take things for granted, and don't observe what is before our eyes. I had to go up the hill to the church early this morning and just opposite the school is a funeral directors they had put out the cones on the school side to stop parents parking there when they drop off their children, early funeral I assume. It made me think. In the midst of life there is death.
Today we are experiencing what we learn from our feet - well that couldn't have been more appropriate.
Yesterday I wore these little boots,
quite comfortable and I thought I would be OK on my feet all morning, after all I have worn them before and been on my feet a lot, but Yesterday, no, my feet were killing me by the time I got home and they didn't stop all afternoon, evening and even when I went to bed. The spur heal was back. So today I'm back in flat shoes with these inner built up soles.
Putting them on this morning they felt so strange as though I was walking on the inside of my feet rather than the whole foot, but after a very short while the pain went and the shoes felt really comfortable again. Do hope I have caught it in plenty of time so that I don't have to have an injection in the heel like last time.
and here is my layout of this lesson learnt
Today’s lesson painfully learnt, don’t stand all day in boots with heels, even the wedge ones can make my feet ache. So grab a pair of flat shoes and insert the built up inner sole and forget about fashion and style for a day or so just go with comfort, a much better idea.