These Boots Are Made for Talkin’

yTLKJdcZBd1Z_4_dnHc_jo6OsPeW38LHuwW7yg7Kr6I,YfXheneu8BeS6XG-MVzG0MUbdKOSH13YV2moA7iBKlIqIjVcub3wZY1Yh6xqc3_ZBVcqpiiNDB1Jvd0IVOxoV4,ZuqWZquyR-f0WEVx1Zqd8-MYxpdsmqXqHtdK2117tA4mz82UaPUWDw_sHLi--LJUB9HtY7QsTg9ymnu9YktUJc,21C3MNKDqXTd2BC2WC_wQIIVW5K1gY43xJGuaYd1o64Tdjr3tc3jZ0R29vhjsP0KKthMVnAc3hf88HO6-T-Kb4,IWbpHwHAac2b0WE3FE_U96kTC_KzBQQ2_AzfKI8IsRAEvery article of clothing has a story – a memory of an event and a moment in time preserved in love and sentiment. I bought these cowboy boots 27 years ago this month when I was in Waco, Texas, celebrating my dear friend Amy’s wedding. I had never been to Texas (I think I drove through the tip of Texas when I was moving east from California in the 70s – that is another story), but I always loved western clothes. It wasn’t until that moment in 1987 though, that I truly understood what Texas life was like. As Amy tells me, “Texas has its own personality. It is truly larger than life. Everyone is so friendly; there is no getting-to-know-you-phase – people are friendly from the start.” Continue reading

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