Hello,Your blog has been recommended to us as a interviewee's favorite blog!We would like to do an interview with you about your blog forwww.BlogInterviewer.com . We'd like to give you the opportunity togive us some insight on the "person behind the blog."It would just take a few minutes of your time. The interview form canbe submitted online at http://bloginterviewer.com/submit-an-interviewBest regards,Mike Thomas
Those boots are so kinky I'd let you kick my arse with them.
Cool boots, girl. Hey, do you line dance?Because um, I don't. But it would be fun.
Looks like the boots are moving faster than the tires!I know the feeling well!
That's called kickin' up your wheels.Love those boots!
In some parts of the south, that is considered true lawn decor!Thanks for the wonderful birthday wishes today. I wish I could be there today and I would bring coolers for all the snow.
Boot treads?...hey those boots were made for walkin'...get walkin'! And tell mje how the interview goes:)
Love the boots and the tire totem pole. Eventually those tires will become a wonderful urn and you can plant it.
Yep, I agree with Ellen.. plant Petunias in it and before you know it you won't even see those tires!L O V E the boots!!!
Cool, Mama's got an interview offer .. I recco'd you ... Did you tell me .. are those Tony Lama boots? I want them.
I remember well...but then there was a teenager in involved...
WOW! You go girl...regarding your first comment here....holy cow! I ♥ how you have documented these tires...I need to do that with my piles that never seem to move...everything looks better with some red added to it...plus can't you deal with anything as long as you have the right pair of shoes?????
those boots are a cut above!
Wait, there is NO snow on the ground, and the grass (?) is green? How is that possible? Those boots look adorable atop a stack of manly tires!
Those boots are all that! Lucky Mama!
LOVE the boots! can you plant flowers in that tire tower and call it a planter?Is that Mike guy up there for real??
Now Mama, no tire kicking. :)
you know - if he'd actually get rid of the tires, you'd be reduced in your good blog fodder.
these boots were made for kicking tires?
Congrats on that blog interview! You deserve it!
will you remember us little people when you become famous? Remember, we found you first.Still LOVE the boots... the tires, not so much so.
You go...go go boots! Love them!
I HAD white go go boots! I remember! LOL LOL What a great way to start my blog reading time!You and photography are a match!Congrats on the interview...you GO girl!
Love those!!! Hey, I had go go boots. I loved them. I thought I was so cool and grown up in them!
Now, I don't know the story behind those tires, but I can guess. And if I were the guy who left those tires there? I'd take the boots as a sign of aggression at the very least, an all-out threat more likely.Print out the photo and tape it to the car windshield of the offender. It may put a little hurry in his git-along. ;)
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