23 days of flats...what a “feet”....
Day 22 - nearly there
Another day in flats
Cannot be convinced ‘Heels are on their way out!
Not even this link and the thought of being ‘in fashion’ can convince me to ditch my heels for flats.... the pic actually ‘sealed the deal’ that Heels will stay ... http://www.theage.com.au/lifestyle/fashion/women-are-ditching-heels-for-flats-20180318-p4z51a.html?btis.
Day 21 - generous donations are still coming through !
Cant believe donations are still coming... THANK YOU ALL for your great support and generous donations to Red Cross
Another day, another pair of flats
Day 17 - had to celebrate St Patrick’s Day in ‘’flats’
Live, Laugh, Love Your Shoes
Just another ‘flat’ day
Day 15 - 1/2 way through the challenge
Day 14 ... the flat shoes are certainly making me 'dress down' ?
Glad Red Cross Calling is held in March when it is autumn, as ‘flat sandals’ are the way to go....especially when it was 38 degrees in Perth today
Another day of flats All in a good cause though
Day 11 - yet another pair of flats
Flat foot horror. Oh for a pair of heels
1/3 of the way through... legs are tracking ok
Day 9 - a Red Cross ‘Flower Committee’ Unit fundraiser
A casual day of raising funds for Red Cross. A casual look as our unit gets together raising funds for Red Cross at a card day
Day 8 - ‘A Pearl Day’
WOW, WOW, WOW....
THANKS TO THOSE WHO HAVE GIVEN SO GENEROUSLY IN SUPPORT OF MY ‘Month Without Heels’ CHALLENGE, AND HELPING RAISE MUCH NEEDED FUNDS FOR RED CROSS....WHAT A ‘FEET’.. Day 7 = $1,172.00 .. Your support is very much appreciated...YOU have made a difference
Day 7 - 1 week down 3 to go
Wearing ‘Flat shoes’ again at meetings in Melbourne.... what a ‘feet’ that is
In Melbourne at Red Cross Meetings.....what a lovely surprise when the SADAB Chair purchases flat shoes for my Red Cross ‘Month Without Heels’ Fundraising Challenge ... what a gem
Day 5 - updated image
Another pic of Day 5 flats.. didn’t realise the image had been cropped
Day 5 Perth/Melbourne
Flying to Melbourne for meetings..in flats
Another ‘flat’ day’
Day 3 and still coping well
Thanks to friends who purchased some shoes for me to wear....
Di and flats
Day 1 of my ‘Month Without Heels’
My first pair of flat shoes especially purchased for Charles (NT Divisional Advisory Board Chair) who will sponsor me if wore a pair of thongs ...
Raring to go for Red Cross Calling ... the countdown is on....
Shoes in place and ready to start the ‘month without heels’ challenge to raise funds for Australian Red Cross.
Red Cross called, and I answered.
When Red Cross calls, Australia answers. Every year, Red Cross Calling brings people together to support those in our community and further afield who have fallen on tough times. This March, I’ll be answering the call and getting involved in Red Cross Calling to raise funds to help people overcome crisis across Australia and overseas.
My Red Cross Calling Challenge is to 'go without heels for a month', and for those that know me, you will understand that this is not an easy 'feet'...
I have been 'In Training' for a month now wearing flat shoes, so hoping the feet and legs can handle the Challenge?
Hope you will support me to raise funds through this challenge.
Thank you to my Sponsors
No "Italian slappers" for you this month!!!
The amount may look odd but that brings you to exactly $7000. Well dane and all the best. John Hood
Good on you Di, very exciting! Ross
Congratulations on your great feet Di. Sue
well done on this event. I hope you exceed you target
Adore the new flats Di
Kerry And Steve Nash
As always you are out there supporting people in need. You are a legend Di Buckles. xxxxxxx
Love the pearls Di!
Go Di. Love the photos. Jude
Congratulations Di, I know how hard this will be for you and I am full of admiration!!!
Looking fabulous Di!!!
Good luck with the flat shoes challenge Di, here is our donation as pledged at the Council meeting last year. Jen and Phil x
$1 a day for your efforts Di! Well done :)
Good on ya Di 😄😄😄
Now I understand. I am sponsoring you 50 cents a day 😁
Looking good in thongs well done