The Letter X


X is for X’s and O’s on the playground, a game of tic tac  toe. This seems to have been a very diplomatic game with equal space for both the X and the O. Or was it a solitary child playing with a make believe friend?

X is also for X-Ray, of which I took a photo in a podiatrist’s office while I waited to be seen. No, this is not my X-ray! But it serves as a warning about what high heel shoes do to your feet.


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About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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13 Responses to The Letter X

  1. frizztext says:

    hi Angeline,
    your “X’s and O’s on the playground”
    – they seem to be an international game.
    It helped us to survive many boring hours in school …


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  3. E.C. says:

    I like your X choices. The tic tac toe is so fun and brings back many memories.
    The high heel photo makes me ache all over. I can’t imagine wearing stilettos. I think the dangers of high heels should be taught about in high school.
    Great post. 🙂


  4. ChgoJohn says:

    I don’t understand how one can walk with heels that high. It’s a balancing act that rivals any that Barnum & Bailey ever showed.


  5. Amy says:

    It looks brutal. I don’t understand why high heel shoes… Cool entry for X!


    • Angeline M says:

      Such pretty high heeled shoes are made, but I’d probably twist an ankle real fast if I wore any now. And after seeing this xray im convinced they can’t be a good thing.


  6. Goodness. That’s the reason why heels should be banned!


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