- Oct 2, 2017
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CALLING ON HOME SEWERS TO HELP HEALTHCARE WORKERS FIGHTING COVID-19
The lack of proper masks, gowns, and eyewear equipment is making it difficult for health workers to do their work fighting the novel coronavirus. In a recent New York Times article, medical workers said they were worried about how they can both fight the coronavirus without imperiling themselves, as well as their loved ones when they go back home.
If you are a home sewer, please consider helping my joining Hickey Freman Technical Vice President Jeffery Diduch in his effort to produce and deliver homemade gowns and masks to medical professionals in the greater Rochester, New York Area. Read about how you can help here
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She had real huaraches.I like your sandals, but they awaken an old memory. When we were kids, my parents would travel and leave us with my great grandmother. She didn't speak English and her house was filled with extremely scary biblical painting. She kept our cap guns and other noise-making toys. Her sandals were very similar to yours.
I'm in with 2 loafersJust updated the suede show spreadsheet with my orders. Surprised to see that I'm the only one with Strands on there! Where all my Strand fanatics at?
Let's make this a trend! I know what I'm wearing this Sunday!
Not the kinds of info one would expect to find in a shoe thread, but this is really interesting!Actually brain cancer has been shown to be treated by ketogenic diets. There is real scientific evidence of that particular cancer. On the theory side, according to the Warburg effect, cancer cells cannot respire oxygen; instead, they ferment glucose or glutamate. There is research now using the press-pulse method that combines a ketogenic diet and medication to suppress glutamate to starve cancer of glucose and glutamate to kill it.
The Cornwallis seems like a great style to model colors and patinas. Perhaps because it has so much open space like a canvas?
Is this a discontinued line?
Got four total: Black Liverpool, Burgundy Shell Fifth Street, Shaved First Street, and a non-AE Navy Chelsea with no model name.Hows your boot collection?
Unfortunately I'm wearing 11 EEEs on the 65. I actually haven't tried too many lasts yet, but the Randolph seemed like it would fit better than other loafers I've tried (luckily the TS store I'm going to has correct sizes for me to try on).Suede loafers are pretty easy to come by in standard sizes outside of trunk shows and can often be had for well below MSRP
Just saying, I'd get something more exotic than randolph, especially if you are a D width or something mainstream
And go sockless, of course! Edit: autocorrect, lolSo you are saying the solution is to cuff way high...
OK, I'm 100% sold on the Burgundy Mac now.
Damned if I can find it, but the list of sizes and widths Ashley posted a while back had a full run, as I recall, for Hamilton, but a limited run for Macs (no A widths and beyond). Hope my recall is wrong. That burg suede has your name on it.Out of everything I’ve seen, that burgundy Mac is my favorite. I thought about a burgundy Hamilton and decided against it.
Is there any chance of getting the Mac in a 14AA?