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My name is Janelle Keith and I’m addicted to coffee. I live in Oklahoma with two cats (don’t judge), and my loving husband, Terry. I have a big story of losing 132 lbs. and am wholly devoted to Jesus, my Savior instead of my sweet savior of chocolate. God uses my passion for writing, speaking life and encouragement, plus positive eating habits as He punches through your heart barriers. We are all under His grace and drawn in by His giant love of each one of us. You can connect with me more here: http://www.thejanellekeith.com.

Wedges Aren't My Style

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My name is Janelle Keith and I’m addicted to coffee. I live in Oklahoma with two cats (don’t judge), and my loving husband, Terry. I have a big story of losing 132 lbs. and am wholly devoted to Jesus, my Savior instead of my sweet savior of chocolate. God uses my passion for writing, speaking life and encouragement, plus positive eating habits as He punches through your heart barriers. We are all under His grace and drawn in by His giant love of each one of us. You can connect with me more here: http://www.thejanellekeith.com.

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Wedges Aren’t My Style

by  | Mar 22, 2017 | PurposeUncategorizedwriting | 2 comments

Wedges Aren’t My Style

I don’t take my husband shoe shopping.  I like that he doesn’t go with me and usually, he’s good with my choices.  However, I wasn’t always like this.  The reason I don’t take him is because I like to choose my shoes according to style.  He chooses his shoes according to fit.  I have realized two things about my husband.  He is usually right about my choices in shoes and the expensive running shoes are worth it.  I tend to cut corners when it’s attractive and stylish.  I think pretty but not functional.  My latest pair of running shoes has a rock plate.  I can sustain rocks and rough terrain on the road.  Unattractive, never the less, they’ve held their own.

I guess he is right more than I would like to admit.  Choose the right shoe for the win.

Wins in life will cost you, but you can’t cut corners.

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