From Brooklyn, New York; to North Massapequa; back to Brooklyn; Brockport, New York; back to Brooklyn... To Boston, Massachusetts, where I met Jerry... To Marina del Rey, California; Washington, DC; New Haven and Guilford, Connecticut; San Diego, San Francisco, Palm Springs, and Santa Barbara, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; Irvine, California; Sevilla, Spain. And Fuengirola, Málaga..
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28 thoughts on “Papa Needs a New Pair of Shoes / Papá Necesita un Nuevo Par de Zapatos”
Fun shoes, enjoy! It is not to late for the Onsie!
Oops. We’re back home and I forgot to pick up the onesie before we left!
The luck of the Irish.
Lucky to have such exceptional fashion options.
I was just thinking that those suits would go well with the crowds in Spain, just as colourful
Well, they’ll definitely “go” when Saint Patrick’s Day arrives. A popular holiday along the beach… with the Irish visitors.
LOVE the shoes, but those green pieces are HIDEOUS!
The one on the left was also a onesie. Irresistible… but I somehow resisted.
Love the shoes. However there is a place in hell for anyone who on March 17 wears green; “Kiss Me etc” buttons – t-shirts; drink green beer; and say top o’the mornin’!
i won’t tell my friend Mary Kate you said that! Well, at least she doesn’t say “Top o’morning” or wear a “kiss me” button.
Looks like you are having a red and black moment. 🙂 I’m all for that!
I already have black with no red, and I have tan, and I didn’t like the styles in gray. So, when the sales clerk told me if I bought one pair (at half retail) the second pair would be half of THAT… how could I resist?!?
Classy sneakers Mitch, I bet they were cheaper than what you’d pay here!
Fuengirola tomorrow yippie!
The Pumas were half retail to begin with. THEN, the second pair was half THAT! I LOVE the Premium Outlet malls!
They look very comfy!!….the sneakers that is. Good deal too!
Didn’t know you were Irish!!
My friend Mary made me honorary Irish about a hundred years ago… which means I must never ever wear Saint Patrick’s Day suits and onesies from Target!
Pretty splashy kicks!
And like walking on a cloud!
That onesie could set a new style eclipsing the mismatched patterned shirts and shorts – but how are you going to do the one-leg scrunched up? Where are the what-not-to-wear police?
The one-leg-up look is easily accomplished with the onesie (I thought about it).
I too find the shoes lovely.
Dear me! What on earth is gaudy St. P-ware doing in Spain? I thought that was only a USA phenomena and other countries more wise to keep the rubbish away.
I’ll bet I could find some gaudy St. Pat’s wear here in Spain (for the expats), but these items were found at a Target store in Las Vegas — just as you’d expect (I needed to pick up a camera cable).
Love the shoes! Then I scrolled down and ARRRRRGGGGGHHHHH! MY EYES! Too much gaudy green can cause ocular dysfunction 🙂
You find these outfits gaudy? Really? You should see them with my red shoes! (No, I didn’t really buy a suit… and I wasn’t even tempted.)
Nice shoes! I guess Jerry doesn’t get any now that he spent all his money gambling ….good thing there aren’t slot machines on the Costa del Sol…are there?
Jerry got FOUR new pairs of shoes! Losing all his money doesn’t stop him… Really, he was amazed to find shoes in his size, so took advantage of it. And, sadly, there ARE slot machines on the Costa del Sol. (But he is now banned.)
Snazzy shoes. As for green plaid clothing, that’s something I’ve never quite got, and I have a bit of Irish in me.
When I was in college and celebrating St. Pat’s with my friend Mary, my mother would knit me a new green sweater every year. Always tasteful. I wish I still had them!