How many shoes can drop

Surely it may seem like I have the perfect life: fancy restaurants, exotic trips, and fabulous footwear. But, I am sorry to have to tell you that not everything is all sugarplums and gumdrops over here at Tokyoshoes. For one, the heel of my favorite Sigerson Morrison shoes just broke; for another, the bank I work for in Tokyo closed last week leaving me with little means of sustenance and soon no place to live. (note: the bank was my main client; I have one other).

What will I do? Where will I go? Stay tuned. I love living in Tokyo and hope like hell that we will stay.

Dropped shoe. I found this shoe stuck in the bushes somewhere near Shibuya. Who lost it and how it got there we shall never know.

dropshoe

9 thoughts on “How many shoes can drop

  1. Hi Nadine,
    Sorry to hear the news…please don’t go! We’re just getting started with the blogging circle. First Hunka Mike, now your situation…it’s getting scary. We should plan an uplifting gathering soon. Definitely keep us informed – thanks for sharing on your site.

  2. Although I don’t know you personally, I felt compelled to send you some good tidings – hope everything turns out ok. I regularly enjoy reading Tokyo Shoes, and your photography is always interesting.

  3. oh my god… I can’t believe it.. I’m sorry to hear the news, but I hope things turns out ok… please stay!!

  4. Closed doors are the new dot-com. I’m sorry to hear about this change of events, and as much as a nearly anonymous reader can, I wish you the best during this challenging time.

  5. Nadine,
    Sorry to hear about the bad news. But maybe, as in Mike case, this could be an opportunity in disguise. Keep you ear to the ground and you may come out of this in an even better situation than you were before.
    Ganbatte Kudasai! ^_^

  6. gloups…. sorry to hear that Nadine. I hope you guys can work smth out. keep us updated. Speak to HunkaMike, maybe you can become his assitant on Sundays? 😉

  7. Hi All,
    Thank you so much for your kind words and encouragement! We are doing our best to stay here.
    Nadine (and Tim)

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