Corner View is a weekly gathering - each Wednesday - created by Jane of Spain Daily, where bloggers from all corners of the world share their view on a pre-arranged theme. If you'd like to join in, please leave a link to your Corner View post in the comments below, and be sure to visit other participants too.
Many thanks to :) for the theme today!
When I go somewhere else, I'm pretty good at packing light. Where I fail miserably, though, is in the shoe department. Since I normally travel from my rural home to some urban destination (I've yet to be in a place more rustic than this), I envisage myself wearing shoes there. Pretty shoes that would be spoiled by country mud. Shoes with leather soles instead of clunky rubber ones. Shoes with heels instead of steep-hill practical flats ... in a word, shoes like I haven't worn on a daily basis for over fifteen years. Trouble is, after all these years my feet complain loudly when I wear that sort of shoe. So when I go somewhere else, I pack two pair of shoes (at least): one (or two) to tickle my shoe-fancy, and one for actually getting around. And guess which pair gets used, and which remain unpacked?
I'll be elsewhere next week (I’m having another go at training those feet!), so our Corner View will skip a week, and be back the following Wednesday.
Our theme next time, Wednesday 20 May, is "sunshine", and comes from Susanna.
Happy Corner Viewing!