Right and Left
The importance of style can be very vital to some and less critical for others. Most say my form of style is not normal or they can say it’s creative; either way you can say I fit in the category of the less serious style. An example of my creativity is how different my clothing ranges. One day I will be wearing a cut-off flannel with some cut-off jean shorts. The next day I will be wearing a snap-back hat with skinny jeans and a DC Shoes long sleeve shirt. Yes, I am different, but that is how I like it. I hate to have the same kind of style every day, but no matter what I wear, whether it’s a skater style, or a hick style, I will always have my old blue vans.
My raggedy, old vans have been through more struggles than I have. When I look at them I disregard that they look rather rugged, also I try to forget they are not even comfortable. The only thing I focus on is the story behind them. The fact that I have had them for only a year and a half astonishes me. When I got them they weren’t new, but they looked much better than they do now. When I first heard of them I was not expecting them to have the comical impact it has on me today. The only thought that processed through my mind was “Sweet! Free shoes!” Though they were not bought for a price, they are priceless to me.
It wouldn’t be right if I went on describing the pair of shoes together, because they are both different. So I will start out with my left foot. Size 11 just as the other, the laces are tied at all times to be more prepared if they need to be put on quickly. My left footed shoe I have named Lefty. Lefty still has the sole padding of the shoe but on the downside the heel section is now a hole. This showed me I use my heel more than the rest of my foot; one of the many things my shoes have taught me. The outsole of Lefty is dirty, ripped, faded, smelly and many other disgusting characteristics. To remind you, my shoes at one point did...
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