It snowed last night, fortunately, not enough to keep productivity from running free. I took a two day hiatus from doing homework or anything creative due to some recent events, with today being the day I return to my work. I'm good now, and I finally feel pretty well rested. Before my hiatus, however, I was going to write a post about how awesome my bean boots are.
I know right? What a dumb thing to post about. I'm not necessarily posting about how great the product is (I'm not getting any money from L.L. Bean), I'm writing about how much easier it makes exploring and going shooting. You see, I spend a lot of my brain power throughout the day thinking about what I'm wearing and if I'm going to do anything that might possibly require different shoes or pants. When I'm taking photos in the woods, the last thing I want to have to worry about is whether my shoes are going to get messed up or muddy.
I took some photos for my senior project the other day, and it was extremely muddy, but who cares? I walked through rivers, mud puddles, and didn't worry about what I stepped on. I don't think my bean boots are particularly good looking, but they have taken a weight off my mind when I'm working on creative endeavors. I feel unstoppable. As someone who never wore shoes for practicality sake, having boots that handle pretty much everything is pretty awesome.