I've mentioned it before I think, but again, Mother was showing R some old photos and R said to me later when telling me about the photos, 'I'd forgotten how cute you were when you were young'.
I can't remember the circumstances, but very recently R and I were talking about men's legs. Ah, just remembered. He bought a new pair of shorts for our Euro travels. I don't wear shorts. He asked why not, as if he he did not know had not asked me before. He added, you used to have great legs.
Used to? If there is one thing about me that has not changed, it is my legs. I can never see them objectively nor take much notice, so I have to take R's word for it. But my legs don't have visible blue veins showing, nor knots and aren't too marked, apart from the scar from a boil when I was a young teen.
I have been looking at women's legs of late. Of course I always look at men's legs. What makes a good leg on a woman? I am not sure. I saw a quite attractive lass who had all these lumpy bits on her legs, so I guess that is not great. Is the ideal long and smooth? But how should they be shaped? Obviously not like men's and that is where I get lost.
A well worn pair of stilettos can enhance a woman's leg line and look very stylish.
But what I really dislike is seeing women wobbling on high heels. This catwalk model did more than wobble. She lost it. If your are going to wear such uncomfortable shoes, you need to be able to do it with style, or don't do it all and stick to flatties. There is little worse than seeing a woman wobbling around on inappropriate shoes. Of course, as a couple of very old blog mates will attest, I can wear heels with style.