Thursday, October 9, 2008

Growing Crocs

PhotoStory Friday
Hosted by Cecily and MamaGeek

what a croc


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Summer 2008

You know I love Crocs right? I mean I’ve mentioned before how much they help my foot pain. Before I started wearing Crocs I my feet would hurt with every step. Now they don’t, magic, right? Not pictured are my Winter beige Mammoths with the fuzzy lining and my skimpy Cleos that are so cute. Guess where I get my new shoes?

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Yep, just pluck them off the Croc Tree.


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Looks like these are ripe for the picking.

32 comments:

  1. I love those pictures! You are sooo creative!

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  2. Croc tree huh? Do those only grow in Wisconsin?

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  3. I WISH they grew on trees! Fun pictures.

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  4. Tiaras & TantrumsOctober 9, 2008 at 4:52 PM

    what is wrong with you feet? B/c I have major feet issues - well mainly in my toe/foot joints. But going barefoot is almost worse! But I have YET to buy a pair of crocs - oh, I just can't do it!!!!!

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  5. Your Croc tree is great. I love it!

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  6. Hahahahaha! I love those crocs! I wish crocs do grow in trees! Nice photostory!

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  7. [...] unknown . Excerpt: You know I love Crocs right? I mean I’ve mentioned before how much they help my foot pain. Before I started wearing Crocs I my feet would hurt with every step. Now they don’t, magic, right? Not pictured are my Winter beige Mammoths with … [...]

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  8. I love the way they feel too. As for my winter fuzzy ones? Well, they met an untimely death by the lawnmower. It was a sad sight...i almost cried!

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  9. I love Crocs too...though I will caution you that they were the cause for me breaking/dislocating my shoulder last year. The rubber sole got caught on the store's floor and that one time my other foot must have gotten caught in the back strap of the foot that hadn't gotten out of the way as it should have.

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  10. hi lisa! my daughter loves her crocs, too! i have a related photo in my blog post for next week's wordless wednesday. :)

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  11. Ha, great story! Only you could make a shoe hanging in a tree a great photo opp! Seriously! Izzy loved her crocs, but I have yet to join the masses. Maybe next year.

    In response to not being around, well I haven't been too busy but more like unorganized. Too much to do and not enough energy at the end of the day to blog. I'm trying to get back in my groove. Thanks for missing me!

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  12. I loved the "crocs growing on trees" picture! I have heard lots of good things about Crocs; however, you're the first person I've heard say that they are good for people with foot pain. I have some foot issues and so I assumed that Crocs wouldn't be good for me. Hmmm...it's time to check the tree out front and see if I can find a pair :-)

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  13. I hate crocs but I have to admit that the Croc Tree is pretty lol.

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  14. I am so envious of people who can wear them. (I have to wear orthos)
    If I had a croc tree - it would probably grow the ones that eat you.

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  15. I need to come pick a pair. Believe it or not, I have WORN MINE OUT!

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  16. LOVE LOVE the colors in these shots. My dad needs a Croc tree...he NEEDS a pair other than his Jack Nicolson red ones! :)

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  17. Very ‘clever’ story idea today and marvelous colors! I much prefer Keens to Crocs because they fit MY feet better, but I have many friends who LOVE Crocs too ;--)

    I don’t participate in ‘Photostory Friday’ but I do enjoy visiting those who do. I’ve published poetry on both blogs this morning – SkyWatch/Haiku Friday at Sacred Ruminations and another HF post (in which I ‘reflect’ upon my upcoming Blogoversary) at Small Reflections containing a ‘Fall Thank You’ for all … just because.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  18. Love my crocs. great for sore feet. I could not live without them! Great Photo Story:)

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  19. Cool. Me too. I love them and they help with foot pain like nothing else except really expensive tennies. But I think they stink a bit even after washing.

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  20. Love the pictures and love crocs as well. I have a pair of orange and brown celeste crocs. I adore these shoes and they are cute too. I need to get a pair of regular crocs though. No matter what anyone else says they are hands down the most comfy shoes I've ever owned. It's nice to see another fan of them and not someone stating how ugly they are. ;)

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  21. I love Crocs too (no matter how many people tell me or blog about how ugly they are). I THINK THEY ROCK! Very creative shot!

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  22. maybe I should try crocs....my feet are always hurting.

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  23. I wish there were Crocs trees in VA !! I wore a hole in the bottom of my red ones, so I went out and bought another pair - Bright Pink (in honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month) - really, because they were on sale and I couldn't pass up the price !! Great post.

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  24. The big Journal migration has taken place, and I am now at blogger. Stop by and say hi when you get the chance.

    Lori
    http://lori-dustypages.blogspot.com/

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  25. I like crocs too. I have a pair of black mary jane crocs that I love!

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  26. Hey! I LOVE the Croc Tree! I need to plant myself one of them......there is nothing....absolutely nothing in the whole world that is better for my feet than Crocs. And I have tried everything. Even surgery. Crocs ROCK! I think you remember I did a story on them last summer. I've also added to my collection....I have the very same pink ones you have! And I have the Black Suede ones for the winter....I've even been known to wear them in the snow! But holy cow....my feet really did FREEZE!! What was I thinking? At least they weren't in pain though...Great Photo Story Lisa!

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  27. I want a tree like that too!! You can become rich with a tree like that!
    I was amazed to read that they help your feet, and happy to read that you don't sweat in them, that was my concern too!

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  28. Now that is just too cute! I love that post and picture.

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