Friday, March 16, 2012
I Only Wear Black Shoes
I think our preferences reveal more about us than our actions. I only wear black shoes, but I don't like things around me to match. Not towels, furniture, dinnerware...nothing. My homes have always been eclectic minefields where memories, tradition and unique contemporary designs try to harmonize. So as a person who finds conformity stifling, the black shoes only rule would seem an irony. But within the shadows of a liberal, lives a conservative and vice versa. And for inner hate, there is a love. Every like a dislike, and so on. I embrace my inner complexities, realizing they are not unique. We are all one embellished contradiction. It's so much fun!
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