Heel Practice

I’ve been practicing in my heels now for a bit over a week, and I’m starting to get pretty good at them, on carpet.  I can do decently well in the kitchen or bathrooms, but I’m a little worried about trying to go out to a store with a slippery stiletto right now.  I’m working on getting a bit more stable in the house before I step foot outside the house, although, the weather is warming up again, so it’s becoming relatively “safe” for me to test the waters a bit.  Maybe a walk around the complex, once I look a little less limpy on the stairs. 

Of course, Master was making dinner the other night, while I was doing a couple of laps near the red couch in the front room.  Heel-toe, heel-toe, stumble-catch, wobble..  You know the drill.  After a few minutes, Master came out and took the rats that were on the stairs and set up an obstacle course for me with them.  I shit you not.  It looked so ridiculous (in a fun way), and I laughed as I wove myself between the ratuses here and there. 

I guess if I ever find myself wearing heels in an Ikea (very likely) I’ll be all set, huh?  Especially if there is a big rat spill.

6 thoughts on “Heel Practice

    • @Gaspar Well, Master didn’t take any pictures and I was too busy trying not to fall over to hunt the camera down. I will try to get one if it happens again.

  1. A fun post, Kitty! Love it. And a stiletto tip is pull your shoulders back and put more hips into it. May seem like it would be counter-productive and throw you off but it seems to work. Maybe it’s something in the design?

    Either way, have fun and be careful!

  2. Kitty, You remarked that you’re a little worried about slipping. i have lots of shoes that make me more than a little nervous and the shinier the floor the worse it is! These might help you until you feel a bit more steady on your feet! http://www.amazon.com/Sure-Sole-Anti-Skid-Large/dp/B0089PFA58 As small as your feet are, you might need “small”. Anyway, good luck, hope this helps.