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Monday, April 30

Wellies!!


Since it is finally feeling like SPRING out there, I have lots of work to do in the yard and gardens. It is appropiate to find the perfect footwear for yard work. My next purchase will be WELLIES! Wellies (aka Wellington Boots) are boots that waterproof and are most often made from rubber. They are usually worn when walking on wet or muddy ground, or to protect the wearer from heavy showers. They are generally just below knee-high. Check out Wikipedia for history on the Wellington Boot.

These will be perfect for all my spring garden work, plus as a added bonus they are sooo cute looking.

Check out this site of all different designs and well as fun umbrellas!!

1 comment:

niccunha said...

I'm a big fan of the Wellies. I prefer the PINK, although the lavender trust ones are cute too. I just think that they may be a little HOT for summer gardening. Have you seen the primas by Croc? Super-duper cute and warm-weather friendly. I think fuschia or celery would be perfect accents for the garden!