Manolo Blahnik Pubil Leather Sandals For the Monday

Manolo says, it is Monday and you are back at your desk recovering from the day-long festivities of Easter.

Yesterday morning, it was up early, into the Easter finery, and off to the church, where you frantically search for the seats in the packed room… oh look…it is cousin Barney, and there is the space next to him for the whole family, if you pack in very tightly and do not breathe in unison.

Then the festivities began with one of your favorite hymns, that old showstopper, “Up from the grave he arose, with the mighty triumph o’er his foes, he arose a victor from the dark domain, and he lives forever with his saints to reign!”

Unfortunately, this was followed by one of those modern songs the kids supposedly like, the shapeless piece of music which sounds like the weakest song on latest 3 Doors Down album. That would not be so bad, except the song promotes this vague theology centered on the awesome awesomeness of the awesome God. Say what you will about the old hymns, but they were written by the people who knew their way around both the G-clef and the King James Version.

And then it was time for the pastor to give his homily, which you enjoyed greatly, even if your children (whom you had forcibly deprived of their electronic devices) fidgeted nervously in their seats, while your husband Gary dozed softly, comfortably wedged into one of Cousin Barney’s fleshy folds.

Later, at home, you will dine like American royalty on ham, green beans, potatoes au gratin, lemon meringue pie, and the angel food cake.

Manolo Blahnik Pubil Leather Sandals

And today, you will feast your eyes upon these beautiful Maestro Manolo Blahnik Pubil Leather and Snakeskin Sandals

6 Responses to “Manolo Blahnik Pubil Leather Sandals For the Monday”

  1. The gold digger April 25, 2011 at 1:11 pm #

    Perhaps they sang that Anglican favorite that we saw performed in a small church in the Cotswalds a few years ago: If I Were A Butterfly. Because nothing says serious theology like making butterfly wings and an elephant nose in church.

  2. Fritinancy April 25, 2011 at 1:21 pm #

    “Pubil!” I said to myself, savoring the sound of it. “It’s another one for the They Named That Shoe WHAT?!? file!” I was slightly disappointed to discover, when I went to the Saks site to check it out, that it’s actually called *Publi.* Still very odd, but not quite as likely to be confused with “Pubic.”

  3. klee April 25, 2011 at 2:43 pm #

    I’m just watching those shoes spin, transfixed.
    mussstttt buyyyyyy

  4. Thea April 25, 2011 at 3:50 pm #

    Thank you for the lovely and long forgotten memory of the church choir bursting forth with “Up from the grave he arose! (he arose) reply the bass section.

  5. jojo.k April 25, 2011 at 5:18 pm #

    Manolo, HOW did you know what we had for Easter dinner?
    Our only variation was dessert, pineapple upside down cake and carrot cake.

  6. Downunder Sugarglider April 25, 2011 at 8:40 pm #

    ‘Lo, in the grave he lay…..’ Oh Manolo I suspect you visited the same church I attended in my youth, a church which made great spectacle and ceremony out of the Hymn. Gary perhaps suffering from a sugar crash after too many chocolate easter eggs for breakfast?