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Hyo is not a huge fan of heels, but like to wear them on special days and when we are out and she doesn’t want to feel even shorter when she is next to me. She does look nice in them, but I always tell her that her being comfortable is more important. This usually gets ignored.

I’m also a fast walker but I had to learn to slow down when walking with her (which is not a problem). This was the first time we ever thought about her walking barefoot to get home though. The shoes weren’t really that high though. They were just really brand new and she hadn’t broken them in yet. Anyways, I didn’t just leave her there of course. We walked slowly home and she ended up with a nice foot massage.

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9 thoughts on “Episode #75: High Heels

  1. Gracjan Kołodziej says:

    So cute :3
    I love your stories ^_^

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      Thanks Gracjan! 🙂

  2. Deanna Thompson says:

    Heehee, i just knew there was going to be a kdrama piggyback happening!

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      Haha she had a skirt on 😉

      • agentS says:

        That would not have stopped me. I would have used my coat to cover her.

        Or just shout at people Bronx style “da f*** you lookin’ at?!”

  3. 릴리 says:

    the pain of breaking in new shoes (especially heels) is one of the worst pains!! also, this is a little off topic, but i was wondering if you’d ever thought about doing an infographic on something about Korean grammar that you found challenging/interesting or something unusual about a certain letter, like how “ㄹ” can change the pronunciation of other letters around it, or…how to decide what kind of number to use (셋 vs 삼, etc). i think you’d do such a great job!! like you already do 🙂 always look forward to your new posts^^

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      Oh great ideas! Actually your number idea is really good so I think i’ll make that the next post 🙂

      Thanks for your great comment as always. Love reading them.

      • 릴리 says:

        Wahh thanks so much! So excited!! And, you’re welcome of course, I love reading / seeing all your posts 🙂 화이팅!

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