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Foot Loose in San Francisco

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Yesterday’s hot 90 degree weather means it is time to dig through the closet for summer dresses and sandals. And I really had to. We get about 3 days of super hot weather in San Francisco a year (okay, maybe 5). That’s why I live in my boots pretty much every season.

I was so happy when I found these sandals buried somewhere in my closet. So far, aside from my UGG’s, these are the most comfortable shoes that I own, and they totally made my feet happy today in this beautiful but warm day.

Shoe Story:

I bought these sandals when I went shopping with my mom at Divisoria when I visited the Philippines last year. They were only 200 pesos ($5)!

They are the cheapest shoes that I own so far but the most comfy. They are so cute that I got tons of compliments from my co-workers today. And I proudly told them “I got them from the Philippines for mere $5!” It was fun to watch their jaw drop!

My only regret is I wish I got 2 more pairs…..

05.01.14, 84 degrees, San Francisco

Welcome to Deliciously. My warm and snug little space in this big, wild world. This blog is about my everyday life in San Francisco (where I work) and Oakland (where I live). I strive to live a life that is full of gratitude, coziness and simple joys. This is my personal journal and photo album where I post photos of lovely things that I capture on camera, travels and delicious meals that I share with my family and friends. Just a simple, happy blog. Thank you for stopping by! -- Leah www.autumnbaygal.blog

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