Mine are in storage (I think, or at least I really hope so) because I didn't realize that I would need them, it's summer after all. I think I may have been wrong. I'm sitting in the lobby area of Chicago Kent School of Law waiting for my class to begin and everyone is wearing really cute rain boots. I know that it is supposed to rain today, but it seems a little warm out to wear them (they always make my feet sweat). Am I missing something? Should I go get them out of the storage facility or should I find a cheap pair at Target and make due? I feel like I may need them.
That said, I really love my rain boots but they are an item that the bf packed in our marathon moving session. I'm not sure that he actually put them in the moving truck; I know they are not in my Jeep. I'm a little worried now, I bought them at a boutique in Winston-Salem called Monkee's and let's just say they were not cheap. Plus, they are adorable leopard print with pink trim. I wish I had a picture of them so that all of you could see what I'm talking about.
Anyway, should I dig through all of the stuff at the storage facility in search of my rain boots? Does anyone know if they are on sale at Target right now? Perhaps I should buy a pair of jelly flats that I've been eyeing or those adorable Kate Spade rubber loafers? Thoughts?
That said, I have to admit that I'm a little freaked out. This is the first time the bf and I haven't been with his family since for the first 2 weeks we're staying with his aunt and uncle before we can move into his other aunt and uncle's apartment in the city which they don't live in during the summer. It's weird being in a place and not knowing anyone. It's been three years since I've moved somewhere not knowing anyone and I've forgotten how scary it is. I've never had a problem making friends -- I didn't know anyone when I went to college nor did I know anyone when I went to law school and everything turned out great. I'm sure this move will be the same way. However, I've definitely got a case of the first day of school butterflies!