I’ve got the sweetest pair of summer sandals, strappy and black, a classy landing for any set of toes or heels headed for a crossroad, contemplating change — such perfect support for standing still or moving forward, wandering or making a beeline, walking confidently into a new life.
Shall we, for a moment, consider this amazing “little black sandal” flexibility?
The brilliance of these beauties is their dance of versatility. A morning walk through bright lilies, say, followed by a deliciously dark silk evening.
You’re changing again? Oh, thank you, these little shoes say, with a deep welcome.
In an interview with New England Patriot quarterback Tom Brady, he declared himself spiritual, curious about life and why we’re alive. His body is his asset. He takes conscious care of it. Loves his Brazilian wife Gisele and three children. Loves football.
Did you know? He was a last pick — too tall and skinny, weak arm, couldn’t throw a tight spiral – but wanted to play. Eventually, he surpassed all expectations, lead the Patriots to eight Super Bowl appearances, five wins.
This gives me such hope. I’ve practiced writing since my young years — maybe I’m just now finding my tight spiral.