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RE: Feet


From: Amy Helton (AmyHelton_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Nov 05 2001 - 06:46:22 PST

Comfortable shoes--
Josef Seibel, Naot, Ecco
These are not cheap but my feet are fine after 25 years of teaching!!

-----Original Message-----
From: Woody Duncan []
Sent: Sunday, November 04, 2001 11:12 AM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: Feet

When I first joined ArtsEdNet there was a thread about shoes.
I do believe that is the secret to foot and back trouble. Good,
comfortable shoes that fit are the secret. I prefer "Rockports",
walking shoes with thick soles for those hard surfaces we work
on. But, the Rockports I wear now have leather soles. Check out
what's on your feet. If you spent $20 on them you will be sorry.
Make an investment, it's worth it.
                                                        Woody in KC

Cindi Hiers wrote:
> I have been reading about the back troubles, and I am
> praying for you----and trying to be carefull myself,
> but what about FEET!!!! I have tile floors and feel
> like a 90 year old, boy can I use a good cane! You can
> hide your potty problem, but we cannot hide our
> slunched over-grabbing table tops---walk! Love ya, Cindi

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