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My Cinderella

It was October 2008, and I was in Minneapolis doing my last minute shopping. I remembered to stock up on rubber shoes since we all know how pricey they can be here in the Philippines. I bought a pair of Sauchony running shoes a few months back and they were perfect for me.

I went to my favorite sports store where they still remember me.
Attendant: You're back! Wait, size 8 right?
Toni: Yep!

Without glancing, I got the shoes, and I didn't try them on anymore since I was in a hurry. Besides, it was the exact replica of what I bought previousy,just a different color.

When I went back home to try them on, they were too big, size 9. Oh well, I didn't have the energy to drive back just to return the shoes. Besides, I can still wear them if I wear two socks. :)

Fast forward time about 3 months:
Toni: Hey Car, want to play badminton?
Mommie Car: I don't have rubber shoes, I don't play badminton regularly.
Toni: What is your shoe size?
Mommie Car: 9
Toni: Perfect, I have extra. They don't fit me, but I think they will fit you :)

AMEN :)

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