kabert, you tease. Â You got us all to go around 2, then didn't show up until after 4. Â
The trunk show was like being the proverbial kid in the candy store. Â So many beautiful shoes, so little money. Â Fortunately, the Sky Valet guys didn't mind us loitering, uh, I mean "browsing," for several hours. Â (Unlike the salesman at Relish.
) Â Suzie was kind enough to get the foot measurements of the tire-kickers among us for future reference, although by the time she reached me, she seemed rather tired of tracing feet and decreed that I was a 10D after I tried on a sample pair. Â One odd thing was that Suzie stated that all the lasts are variations of the 202, with little difference other than the toe shape . . . can anyone confirm? After the trunk show, a few of us retired to an Austrian coffeehouse in Georgetown, where we waited out the thunderstorm. Â A good time was had by all. Â We will definitely have to get together again.