He He Helllllo!!! I have been most fortunate in getting an extra copy of PRADA & PREJUDICE by Mandy Hubbard. It is a really cute story and I am a sucker for a great pair of shoes. I know that someone will be very happy to read it and enjoy it as much as I have. So I am hosting a contest and it is really easy peasy....how easy peasy?? Well just check it out.
Here are the rules:
1) +1 if you follow me or already follow me
2) +3 post the contest on your blog or side bar
3) +5 if you tell me your most outrageous shoe story every. It can be anything from...your most expensive splurge to keeping that ratty old pair of shoes since high school. I want to hear it all and the best story, not only gets the book but a bonus prize. The runners up gets some schwag I have acquired.
4) Contest ENDS June 5th midnight and it will be mailed out on June 6th
JUST TO CLARIFY THINGS!!! THIS CONTEST IS ON A POINT SYSTEM AND IF I RECIEVE MULTIPLE ENTRIES WITH THE SAME AMOUNT OF POINTS THEN I WILL USE THE RANDOM GENERATOR TO PICK THE PERSON WHO WINS, BUT IF THERE ARE SOME GREAT STORIES WHO DON'T WIN THEN I WILL ALSO SEND THEM SOME SURPRISE SHWAG!!!
So in all fairness I will share with you my beloved damsel in distress shoe story. I was with a group of friend in Las Vegas and we were all awaiting our ride to come and pick us up. It was hot, 114 degrees hot and we had had to wait for a while and I was in my beloved plasic sandals (white with a kitten heel). As the van pulled up and I got excited and tried to do my happy snoopy dance. I realized that I was stuck. I could not for the life of me move my feet. It was as if I was glued to the floor....and I WAS. As I stared down at my shoes, they had actually begun to melt. I tried to lift my shoe and it appeared as if I had copious amounts of gum stretching from the bottom of my shoe.
I could not believe it...there I was in Vegas in one of the hottest days of my life and my new shoes were ruined. Luckily one of my friends carried me from the parking lot into the car because my shoes had to stay behind stuck to asphalt. I still mourn the loss of those shoes. It was the best $1.99 I ever spent.....may they rest in melted peace