time to come out of the closet…

7 Oct

The warm weather has arrived and with it a need to switch into a summer wardrobe …which means it’s time to kick off the boots and slip on the strappy sandals.

But here’s the thing… I have a confession to make.. it’s time to fess up, you see I have really embarrassing ankles.

They are not the regular cankle variety where the shape is continuous from calf to foot, but
canklesmore of the   “OMG you have hernias on your feet” kind of look, and the strappy sandal becomes quite an issue if not chosen wisely.

Winter is a blessing because boots hide a multitude of sins… but bring on the summer footwear and suddenly I become acutely aware of my muffin tops.

I’ve spoken to a few ‘professionals’ who have drawn blanks, in fact one Physio giggled and said he had ‘not ever seen anything quite like it’ …. mmm helpful (not).

Now, while I know there are much bigger issues …. like solving poverty and achieving world peace…  I wonder what the chances are of having a spot of liposuction (if in fact it is a fatty deposit …not a weirdly ruptured muscle … but who’d know??)… OR perhaps I’m a candidate for “Embarrassing Bodies”

Anyway I feel much better having gone public and would love to know if others share this bizarre affliction and what you do to disguise it.

I may be 50Something but we all deserve to be proud of our  ankles….. don’t we ??CAM00242

 

 

 

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3 Responses to “time to come out of the closet…”

  1. Bronwyn October 15, 2014 at 11:23 am #

    Had a great laugh now that I’ve finally read this Lou!!!! xxx

    • 50 something but not dead yet October 15, 2014 at 12:16 pm #

      LOL I knew you would appreciate it Bron 😉

      • Mrs. Dixon May 28, 2016 at 7:09 am #

        THOSE ARE MY ANKLES! I came across your site while trying to Google a summer shoe to hide my horrible ankles. Any advice? I don’t know about you but I have never been able to ice skate because of my ridiculously sized ankle bones. The skates would rub them completely raw. I could roller skate, but only with my own set of skates that my ankles had “worn in.” The search continues for a perfect summer sandal, fellow ankle overachiever.

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