halloween toes

Halloween Toes

Boys, I’m not even going to apologize for posting this ’cause I am so rockin‘ the black Halloween toenail polish. I wanted to ask the professionals who applied it if they could add little skulls, or aliens, or Disney princesses, or a swine flu virus molecule or something scary but I figured it would be a no go.

This picture was taken in my Scion xB toaster car in my suburban cookie-cutter ‘hood in the fabulous fall weather on the way to a friend’s wedding. (It was kind of a casual wedding, but it was a wedding, which is why I wore my sparkly flip flops rather than the plain ones. There are limits.) (Oh. And I wasn’t driving, so the taking of this photograph did not endanger anyone.)

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9 Responses to Halloween Toes

  1. Jess October 27, 2009 at 9:39 am #

    You are so rock-n-roll…

  2. Alicia Hemphill October 27, 2009 at 9:51 am #

    Jealous. Off to find orange toe nail polish since there’s no way I could pull of the black. 😉

    • Lisa Creech Bledsoe October 27, 2009 at 9:52 am #

      Yesterday I heard someone mention Candy Corn toenail polish. Like they did the orange, yellow and white deal, and it looked awesome. You should try it!

  3. AJ @ Wedding Flip Flops October 28, 2009 at 12:11 am #

    What a cool look. You should have asked for some additional decoration. Why wouldn’t they have something on your list especially for Halloween. I love your flip flops too! Very stylish!

  4. Amy Jussel, Shaping Youth October 28, 2009 at 2:44 am #

    Lisa, your prose is spew-worthy and ‘rofl’ as the texting teens surrounding me might say. You’ve got quite a knack for wordsmithing; every post has been a gem; so thrilled to have discovered your blog! Plan on posting the other piece before month’s end. Yowza, tick tock! 🙂
    .-= Amy Jussel, Shaping Youth´s last blog ..Halloween Beyond the Cliché: Packaging Boyhood Part Two =-.

  5. Sine Botchen October 28, 2009 at 9:22 pm #

    meh… you look like either my nephew, or my niece.. they both wear black fingernail polish.. the orange & black would rock (along with the skull & cross bones!!) — hell, even I’d do that.. mebbe.. m’kay.. mebbe not..
    .-= Sine Botchen´s last blog ..Rainy Day Flats (or This is Gonna Suck) =-.

    • Sine Botchen October 28, 2009 at 9:26 pm #

      but then again.. this is coming from a 44 year old dude who shaves his legs.. hey! it’s a cyclist thing..
      .-= Sine Botchen´s last blog ..Rainy Day Flats (or This is Gonna Suck) =-.

      • Lisa Creech Bledsoe October 29, 2009 at 9:05 am #

        Somebody’s gotta explain that whole cyclist-shave-your-legs thing. (Is this going to embarrass me? I don’t care, I still need to know.)

        And, for the record, all my boys painted their nails (typically crazy colors, which of course I happily provided) for years. Of course now we’re having arguments about facial piercings. (We want them to wait until after they test out getting a job for the first few times…)

  6. Sine Botchen October 30, 2009 at 4:40 pm #

    Been meaning to do a blog about the leg-shaving thing.. it’s actually more like brush-hogging lol.. but work has been so absolutely crazy lately I haven’t had time to breathe.

    Short answer: peer pressure, hero emulation (and it makes muscle-tone look really buff.)

    Long answer: easier for the massuer, scars heal better, bandages don’t stick, embrocation oil/sunscreen goes on better, etc.

    The first time is really creepy and you wonder “what have I done to myself?” and you are *very* insecure and self concious about going out in public (in shorts), but after a week or so it seems perfectly normal and you don’t think twice about it.
    .-= Sine Botchen´s last blog ..Rainy Day Flats (or This is Gonna Suck) =-.

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