October 4, 2012
People say the road to Hell is paved with good intentions. False. The road to Hell is paved in cobblestones, which means you can't wear heels. That's what makes it Hell.
When I first expatriated, I lived in a little village paved with the Devil's bunions and it was a two mile walk to the restaurant that provided most of my sustenance. I walked eight miles a day that car-less summer. Heels were out of the question. I used bronze Roman sandals instead. After all, a girl must have some glamor.
Even when I had wheels, I still refused to risk a broken ankle –or worse, a scuffed heel– by wearing stilettos unless someone agreed to carry me bodily to my vehicle; a daunting task, especially if you're not set up with the appropriate winches, pulleys and hy
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