What a minute! I have a blog!

Here's a question...if you have a blog and you never blog, do you still have a blog?

Sheesh! A couple of weeks ago I was thinking we were almost out of the woods. Knock on wood, we've had a healthy winter! Then...Slam! Bang! Whoop! Never mind. Everyone is finally getting better. I'd rather not recount the details.

I am now thinking it's time to wash my hair and finally replace my old red shoes that I bought when I was first prego with Jared. I need new "everyday" shoes. This far exceeds any want. I find I am particular and have...ahem...expensive-ish (I know I don't hold a candle to a lot of ladies) taste. I'd rather go a long time without new shoes and wait until I find the perfect replacement.

Anywho...Let's look.
I know they are a ballerina flat. You just can't change who you are. But they are red and shiny...not silver or black. Which is big change, if you consider buying another pair of red shoes a big change...which, some may not. I'll just make red ballet flats my signature footwear. When you see them sitting by the door, then you know I am there.


  1. those are very cute! they would make a great signature piece for you.

  2. Cute, cute, I love them!
    And I have the same question about a blog that you never blog on any more...

  3. I have also been looking for a good, red ballet flat!

  4. I haven't been blogging much either. I wondered if people even noticed because it seems like nobidy is in the blog mood!

  5. Autumn,

    I didn't want to leave a comment on what you blogged on August 24,2008 about the Williams family accident because I thought you would never see it. I also wanted to send you an email, but don't know it. So a comment on the shoe blog will have to do. Love the shoes by the way. Anyhow, What you blogged about Chris and his family was absolutely incredible. I don't think Chris will ever know the profound effect that he has had on so many lives. I thought you might be interested in a video presentation he did in November. The link is on my blog. www.chrisandmikkel.blogspot.com. When I moved into the CH2 ward, I saw your picture on the bulletin board, and told Becky Romney that you looked exactly like a girl I went to high school with. Then I found out it WAS you. Wish we could've lived there at the same time. That would have been fun.
    Ironically, that is the only blog I've read of yours besides this shoe one. The labels are a great way of finding things.
    Keep in touch.
    Mikkel Fuhriman Williams