Louboutin Dillian Flower For the Tuesday

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

Manolo says, it is Tuesday and you are back at your desk doing whatever it is you do with the computer and those endless stacks of paper for the eight hours each workday you are not engaged in pointless meetings or bureaucratic wrangling, or avoiding your backbiting co-workers.

Did that sound bitter?

Sorry. You are not bitter, not exactly. You are perhaps disgruntled, and certainly anxious, maybe even slightly angry.

Ever since your company was taken over late last year by MegaMongoManic Corp, your formerly decent job has morphed into the Mr. Toad’s Wild Day Job, with rumors of impending layoffs and financial collapse–each more dire than the last–clambering up and down the office grapevine.

But, you have grown used to that, so perhaps that is not the cause of your aggressive case of the blahs. Perhaps it is the fact that summer has well and truly ended, marking yet another season down the old tubes.

Sigh.

Well, there is nothing for it but shoes, your oldest and bestest friend, always ready to make you feel better when the world has you at its mercy.

Look! Here is the Dillian Flower Pumps fron Christian Louboutin.

Christian Louboutin Dillian Flower Pumps

If looking at this shoe (one of the most wonderful and stylish of this season) does not send the blahs packing, nothing will.

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5 Responses to “Louboutin Dillian Flower For the Tuesday”




  1. daisyj. Says:

    Dear Manolo, how did you know? Only it’s that we haven’t been bought yet, but they did file for the hostile takeover yesterday, which is at least making our stock go up. But the blahs, they remain in effect, as this would be the third such major overhaul in the last year, and it does get old after a while. Thank God we have the shoes!




  2. spritle Says:

    ‘You are not bitter, not exactly. You are perhaps disgruntled, and certainly anxious, maybe even slightly angry.’

    *sigh* manolo, you peeped into my soul, or at the very least, my office window during yesterday’s tirade. the shoes, they are very soothing…




  3. Victor Says:

    That is a beautiful shoe, sir, and certainly made my day, even if I can’t wear them!




  4. Miss Janey Says:

    If Miss J had these, she would go to sleep with them on, like she did when she got new shoes as a kid.




  5. P Adhikari Says:

    Hey Manolo,

    The shoes are indeed pretty and definitely a woman’s best friend, since this shoe has been there for almost a full year, its not the wild thrill of a new friendship but rather a warm feeling of meeting an old friend!

    And these have been copied too, http://fashionfifthavenue.blogspot.com/2009/08/meet-fakers.html by mandee.com. See how the faker looks in comparison to the original beauty!

    P Adhikari













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