Yesterday was the first time in a long time I didn’t leave the house during TOMS One Day Without Shoes. It was weird. Cheekies and I did go shoeless in our backyard. It isn’t the same as going out and about. The backyard also isn’t a walk in the park. I came back inside with tons of stickers stuck in my heels. You can guess how much fun that was.
I did take a few pictures of Cheekies’ feet. See these feet? They look perfect. They are perfect. Could you imagine these feet broken, cracked, bleeding because I didn’t have the money to get shoes for Cheekies? I can’t. TOMS is only one company that gives shoes to kids. And TOMS works with “giving partners,” or Non-Government Organizations. These NGOs could always use your donations. Check out a few so little feet like these don’t ever cause a child pain. (And so little legs always stay the right size and don’t balloon up because of a disease that they got from a cut in these cute feet.) May I suggest World Vision?