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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Shoe Fetish

What's important to a 17 year old?
Special basketball shoes for his senior year!
Custom color, custom design, and his
name and number stitched right on them!
Good luck, buddy, on the upcoming season!
Tryouts are next week!
Going to your games is something the whole family enjoys!

26 comments:

  1. Good luck to your son in the try-outs..It's hard to watch kids go through that nervous, "will I make the cut or not?", phase.

    I read on your sidebar that you're feeling disappointed today. Here's a big comforting cyber-hug for you...This Navy family in Kentucky is also rather down-trodden.:^(

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  2. Rebecca ~ thanks...I'll pass along the good luck wishes! ...and thanks for that cyber hug! :)

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  3. How COOL is that??? I never even knew this could be done! I look forward to watching too!

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  4. Wow, those are slick. Here's wishing Taylor an awesome season!

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  5. ha ~ha that is an amazing looking shoe...girls are into different things!

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  6. betsy what did you do differently to your site?

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  7. I think that's wonderful that he is excited about the tryouts. I used to get nervous for my daughter when she would try out for anything like that. Some day we will understand why things have turned out the way they did yesterday. For now, I will pray for our leaders.

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  8. elk ~ you must be talking about my wider columns. I went into html and made the outer margins more narrow. It really makes it look wider, doesn't it!

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  9. It's me again... Boo's middle name is Brock.

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  10. My two oldest kids played sports and were "shoe-o-holics." Luckily, I had them working at a sports store where their shoes were bought at cost!!!! Good luck to your son and his try out!

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  11. The trainers look the 'bee's knee's'. Good luck to your son next week!

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  12. Strider ~ getting them at cost would be a super deal...especially for two kids! :)

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  13. Those are some fancy shoes! Lots of luck for the tryouts!

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  14. They look pretty cool to me. My nephew is obsessed with his training shoes, they cost so much money too.

    CJ xx

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  15. Betsy, please drop by my blog. You have been given a special award. I always love your posts. You are a positive creative person. luv ya.

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  16. Very sharp! I'll have to come see them in action.

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  17. One thing is for sure...he'll have the best looking shoes on the court!

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  18. Those are very spiffy! I might just have to take up basketball!!

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  19. Nice looking shoes. I bet they cost more than a haircut.

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  20. Some of my favorite memories are from high school sports. Best of luck to your son! I hope they have a great season. I'm sure it will help to have some of the coolest basketball shoes around :)
    I have never heard of this being done.....

    BTW, the pics on your sidebar of the pumpkins....did you carve those? If so, how did you do that? They are beautiful!

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  21. Lisa ~ I didn't carve the pumpkins. They're from the Martha Stewart website. She sells a set of tools that do the special piercing patterns.

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  22. Nanatrish ~ well, thanks! I'll get right on that!

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  23. best of luck on tryouts. how can he fall short in those wonderful new shoes? enjoy his senior year!!!

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