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Hello there, my sisters! Do you
remember the time you wore high heels? How old were you at that time?
My fascination with high heels
started when I was three years old. Nobody in the family owned a pair, and I
learned about high heels only by looking at those long legged women in
magazines modelling cars. Those days, there were no high heels for little girls.
I badly wanted to know the “feel”
of wearing high heels but I did not know how.
That Aha! moment came when I saw avocado seeds that my father intended to plant
in his mini-orchard. I just needed two of them.
I inserted an avocado seed in
each flip flop. You imagine it right---the insole of the flip-flops, the
avocado seed, and the sole of my foot. With the avocado seeds making standing
up inconvenient, I had to tiptoe to maintain balance. That was the effect I
needed. Presto! I was walking in my improvised high heels!
Do you think it is possible to laugh to the point of asphyxiation while
being very furious at the same time? Well, it's very possible because that's
what happened to my mother when she saw my "high heels".
When I was about 10 years old, my eldest sister came back home from the big
city. She had with her several pairs. The following day, I went to school
wearing one of those pairs.
In my latest full time job, a
part of my job description was to interview male and female applicants for
different positions. Sometimes my work
was overwhelming as I had to teach students ESL and academic subjects. I
also had to take care of my boss who had his own needs because I was also his
personal assistant. Talk about multitasking. Many times I felt worn out but
thanks to my high heels, I never felt ugly or shabby. Of course, the high
heeled shoes were just a part of the total getup, but they indeed played an
important role in my life at that time.
Now, I work only part time and my
job description is limited only to teaching. I don’t need to wear heels and
dresses for now but definitely, I will be wearing them again soon.