Max Kibardin Rosette Sandals For the Monday

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

Manolo says, it is Monday and you are back at your desk working away on that giant, big, crucial, important project, the completion of which will allow you to immediately begin work on the next giant, big, crucial important project. Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

Now there is the phrase of pure genius. Indeed, whoever invented it changed the very course of haircare history.

And then, while you are thinking this important thought, the ancient memory leaps unbidden into your brain, the ancient memory involving the following bit of BASIC code:

10 LATHER
20 RINSE
30 GOTO 10

Which you immediately recognize as the example of the infinite loop your first computer science professor wrote on the board on the first day of class, lo many of these years ago.

You remember it because the girl who sat behind you whispered, “In his case this is purely theoretical,” which made you snicker because it was true. Professor Whathisname had the long stringy hair that needed the good scrubbing and styling, and perhaps the weekly blowout, because even though his hair looked dirty it was underneath sound in structure and form.

But never mind that, what is important about this memory, of the course, is that this funny girl who sat behind you turned out to be one of your all-time best friends, the person you still talk every week, even though she now lives on the other side of the country.

And now you are all cheered you up!

Look! Flowery shoes!

Rosette Sandals from Max Kibardin

Super fantastic Rosette Sandals from Max Kibardin. Happy fun shoes for happy fun times!

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3 Responses to “Max Kibardin Rosette Sandals For the Monday”




  1. Ann Says:

    Who among us cares anymore that “it is the Monday?” These are so beautiful, and I am grateful to Manolo for exhibiting them. I am also grateful that I can no longer wear heels this high, because then I would want them.




  2. NDC Says:

    Well, some of us who still need to toil for the crust of bread, the remuneration that will pay for the roofs over the heads, for the old age that looms, on and on, well, we care that it is the Monday. Because we now have five days’ of labor until the weekend filled with the chores and errands and obligations that lead to… the Monday.

    Lather, rinse, repeat.

    Indeed.

    All the best,

    NDC




  3. Dani Says:

    I like Monday! I like my job! But, I love these shoes.













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