Spring Boots


It’s the middle of April and there has been so much snow and rain.  Even tomorrow the forecast is for more snow.  I had no intention of buying any more boots, but it was getting kind of depressing.  I usually wear Hunter boots all winter and my black boots were getting old.  So since I can’t wear Spring shoes or sandals, pink boots are what I’m rocking for the rest of April 🙂

I have athletic calves so the regular Hunter boots are very tight on my legs and the Huntress boot is just too wide at the calf.  I prefer the adjustable version of this boot.

These were also a treat to myself after a procedure I had done on Monday.  If you have ever had a saline ultrasound then you know what I’m talking about.  I was dreading this ultrasound for awhile not only because it sounded awful(it wasn’t that bad), but because of what I was being tested for. As I wait for the biopsy results pink boots are going to just put a little pep in my step.


Here are some other Spring boots as we wait for May flowers:







  1. Elizabeth
    April 18, 2018 / 6:00 pm

    Hope the ultrasound went ok! I am not familiar with that procedure but it doesn’t sound pleasant. I have had to wait on biopsy results before and your mind goes all kinds of places. Hope everything turns out just fine. Enjoy your boots!

    Elizabeth | blushmagnoliablog.com

    • Patrice
      April 20, 2018 / 3:41 am

      Awe, thanks for your sweet comments girlie. The procedure was actually okay, but waiting for the results is hard. Your mind really does start to go places! Just going to have to throw myself into a million projects till then lol

  2. Christine
    April 18, 2018 / 7:38 pm

    OOh I thought they were hunters from the Instagram post! And that Kate Spade bag is pretty great too;! There’s nothing worse than medical issue worries, I hope you’re okay!!

    • Patrice
      April 20, 2018 / 3:42 am

      Gotta love everything pink right now Christine 🙂 They are actually hunters…just the adjustable type. I get the results in a few weeks so until then just trying to plug along. The Dr didn’t seem so concerned after the procedure so fingers crossed!

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