Rupert Sanderson Shoes for the Monday

Manolo says, yes, it is again Monday and you are back again at your desk. But happily, it is the the short week, only three days until Thanksgiving, the majority of which you will spend working out the complex seating arrangements needed to maintain harmony during the big feast. (As always, your father must be placed far away from your Cousin Andy the aggressive atheist, who makes little snorting noises when you say grace, which irritates your Uncle Bob, who made little Jenny cry last year with his “witticisms” about fat girls, and who also likes to mock your cousin Joe, the Ron Paul supporter, who last year got into the giant argument about “fiat money” with Jack’s wife, Lynn, the high school English teacher, whose lax notions about home cleaning and the desirability of take-out fast food make your mother angry.)

Better you should actually work on bringing peace to the Middle East, no?

Still, there is always time to look at the beautiful shoes, and there are few shoes more beautiful than these wonderful silvery peep-toe sandals from the Rupert Sanderson.

Ahhhh, the soothing power of beautiful shoes. Now you are refreshed! Back to the annotated seating charts, you’ve almost got it!

3 Responses to “Rupert Sanderson Shoes for the Monday”

  1. Peregrine John November 19, 2007 at 10:15 am #

    I suspect that the ubiquitous Cousin Andy could be well handled (since he cannot simply be removed from the proceedings, alas) by assigning Aunt Mabel to reach over and delicately slap the snot out of him whenever he does something untoward. I further suspect that mideast peace could be achieved by similar means.

    Unfortunately, polite company will stand for neither, so we must continue to endure both Cousin Andy and his analogues.

    Thank goodness for Mr. Sanderson and the like, who provide distraction from such things and alternate topics for Thanksgiving dinner conversation!

  2. jessica6 November 19, 2007 at 12:03 pm #

    just to let you know, all those links redirector are blocked by many companies, so if you could say in which store to find those, it would help when the link actually doesnt work for someone :)

  3. michelle November 19, 2007 at 12:47 pm #

    Why? Why are these $595? They are otherwise perfect. Sometimes you’re just mean.