Red Shoes

Deborah Hendrick on Wednesday, March 8th, 2006

On the first day of class she wore red shoes. On the fifteenth day of class she wore red shoes, and every day in-between. He saw only one pair repeated, the canvas Keds.

His mother wore the same shoes, and he’d always thought of them as old ladies’ shoes, but he couldn’t have been more wrong. The rounded toe, the saucy white shoe laces, gaily tied and standing in sharp contrast to the red fabric. That bit of ankle above the shoe and below the hem of her jeans was breath-takingly sexy. Oh, how he wanted to untie those shoes.

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