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When a problem crops up its often useful to look at any recent changes. Don't I remember a couple months ago you were trying out a marvelous toe spreading device? Maybe your bones don't care for the new positions?
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When a problem crops up its often useful to look at any recent changes. Don't I remember a couple months ago you were trying out a marvelous toe spreading device? Maybe your bones don't care for the new positions?
Want a laugh? In packing and putting things away....they got lost in the crowd. I know they will turn up again, so I'm not buying another set.
However, they DID definitely work for me and I miss them. I have no idea if they work for others, but they sure did for me....and now that I have foot problems again, I really want to figure out exactly which box someone threw them in.
Changing to the sneakers seems to have worked well. I'm Googling that link on Uggs above. They were so comfortable when I first got them the first 3 years...but the last year or two, not so much. Pity.
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