>Child’s black patent shoe on a bin in Chesterfield, UK

>Surrounding the marketplace of this busy market town, are benches and trees, and bins dotted around for convenience. Situated outside one particular chemist I saw this beauty, framed by the bench, the tree and the formal bin beneath.
What poor child has to greet it’s grandparent with only one shoe perhaps? Or what relief might the child feel if this particular shoe was pinchy, not favoured. I’m willing to bet this one wasn’t cheap to replace, either.

30th July 2008

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About DK Green (aka DKLeather)

- 51 year old parent, grandparent & unbelievably great grandparent! - Holistic psychotherapist & counsellor, supervisor, life coach, guide, hypnotherapist, shamanic practitioner, mentor, meditator, motorcycle and horse rider, celebrant and tarot reader. - Happily living a very diverse life filled with family, friends, loves, laughter and so much more. - Polyamorous. Passionate. Trans. Leather.
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4 Responses to >Child’s black patent shoe on a bin in Chesterfield, UK

  1. BT says:

    >wonderful blog, well done. I’m envious. Another lost shoe phonomena is that they’re often found on top of bus shelters! How DO they get there?LoveBT (Mum)xxxx

  2. DK Green says:

    >~laughs~ quite so mum, mad isn’t it?!

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