Thanks for the advice and kind words, just what my ego needed to help me along. I have also been thinking that with the mad summer we have just had and all the travel and vistors in October that I am probably a little tired.
I am off to speak in England next week, a young leaders day on the Saturday and then Tracy and myself are speaking at a friends church on the Sunday. We are all going which should be cool. We get back on the Wednesday then I fly to Belfast on the Thursday for a time with some friends and a chance to speak at the methodist youth thing called autumn soul. So I need to spend this week digging deep.
Anyway, just in case you didn't know I am a huge charity shop fan, I love clothes and shoes but don't like paying full price. In fact it's an obsession, this may surprise you but I have about 20 pairs of shoes, a few I have bought at charity shops. Tracy calls them dead mans shoes. Well last time I was in England I managed to land a pair of loakes, they retail at £98 I got them in oxfam for £7.00 I am glad they didn't bury the chap in them when he died. Whoever he was he has blessed me. God rest his soul.
One day I want a pair of handmade cowboy boots preferably in ostrich leather, I am not gay, just fancy wearing them around the house, with shorts in the summer or in the evenings by the pool.
Alternatively if I had a spare $3000 I would get these Nile Hornback crocodile boots no crocodiles were deliberatly hurt in making these boots, just roadkill crocs only.
I think that all good shoes must have leather soles, it bugs me at weddings when people spend loads on a suit, but neglect to get a decent pair of shoes.
A good sole is everything.