I feel I ought to write to all my readers to explain the long silence, which was due to a most unwelcome surprise…all the posts uploaded during the course of the last four years were deleted/lost by the server/underwent a viral attack (whatever) from my blog site (and not only my own) nearly a couple of months ago and couldn’t be recovered. Lots of work and research, as well as precious data, simply vanished into thin air. I am sure you will understand the disappointment we all felt…
My first reaction was somewhat the same as that of the lady on the right and I felt like giving it all up….
Then I thought I should give it a go at starting over, so I published a first and so far only post on bare-legged women a few weeks ago. After much cogitation, I have decided to forget about the past and make a new start.
So here I am, ready to turn a (virtually, in more than one sense) new leaf…
I hope you will continue to follow me, as you so faithfully did in the past.
Above you can see Beyoncé‘s lovely legs wearing Louis Vuitton sandals, and I believe the picture was taken not so long ago….which leads me to observe that some women do not feel the cold…at least as far as their legs are concerned. No sandals should ever be worn with stockings or tights, heaven forbid, but winter is often cold in certain parts of the world.
I was recently in New York City and the streets of Manhattan were scoured by bare-legged ladies who were mostly wearing shoes, though some fearlessly wore sandals….wearing protective clothing on one’s legs has obviously gone out of fashion in that part of the world. Not being so courageous, I wore my old-world tights every day, feeling most comfortably warm and wondering why New York women either prefer to suffer or do not feel the cold. Does anybody know???
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