According to the woman Badgley Mischka referred me to when I emailed the company about the shoes, the pumps I wanted first became available in April and the pink ones sold like crazy.
Great for Badgley Mischka. Bad for me.
I searched all over the internet and in local stores that carry Badgley Mischka shoes without avail. The woman I spoke with encouraged me to call my local Nordstrom and ask for their assistance in locating the shoe.
The gentlemen I spoke with from Nordstrom told me the shoes sold really quickly, but that he would call around other stores and let me know if anything turned up.
Well, it did!
Woohoo!!! My wedding day shoes should arrive in 5 – 8 business days.
(For those of you who are wondering what happened to the shoes I originally wanted… Well, I decided against them because they were more than 5 inches high. Though this would work fine with Ryan’s height (he’s 6’2”) I am already taller than all my bridesmaids and didn’t want to look like Sasquatch on my wedding day. Sooo, I opted for a more modest heeled shoe. Still pink, though. )
I wish my lunch was as exciting as my wedding shoes, but as a serious shoe lover, that’s basically impossible.
Well, unless lunch was an ice cream sundae from Houston’s.
My lunch was still delicious though, and that’s what really matters.
Using leftover taco-seasoned ground chicken from last night’s dinner, I made myself a taco salad that included:
- Spring mix greens
- Broccoli slaw
- Frozen sweet corn (It thawed by lunchtime)
- Grape tomatoes
- Taco-seasoned ground chicken
- Crumbled hard shell taco
Using salsa as salad dressing is one of my favorite ways to enjoy the slightly spicy tomato-based sauce. It adds so much flavor!
Okay, kids. Fun’s over!
Back to work I go!