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posted by Colleen Shirazi on Wednesday, September 8, 2010 at 8:55 PM (Pacific)

What a weird weather we've been having. I'm actually getting used to it; the key is to walk really quickly and (sighs) I think this concludes my short-lived experiment with socks. I tried it out again today, with these lovely EG Smith's:

eg smith socks
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and my usual Cydwoq "Recess" shoes:

cydwoq recess shoes

Ths thing is to fold the socks down a couple of times, otherwise you look like a kid you look like a twenty-something. It was too cold today for this get-up, so, as I say, I've gotten into walking faster.

I take a walk every day, pretty much, because I don't take breaks otherwise, and my company is nice enough to let us combine breaks as long we're reasonable. I can't complain; the scenery is almost freakishly lush, as Berkeley-ans are heavily into gardening. I've seen plants I haven't seen since I left Virginia.

Tomorrow: some flavor of cotton tights, if it's gonna be like this. :)

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