Go-Go Boots

When I was very young

I had a pair of white “go-go” boots.

I vividly remember dancing in them in front of the house of the people who’s names I never knew.

Dancing.

In go-go boots

In someone’s front yard.

Free styling.

Why is this important?

It’s not.

Humorous.

But not important.

Go-Go Boots

And not an indication

Of who I was going to be.

We obviously know,

Now.

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24 thoughts on “Go-Go Boots

  1. reocochran says:

    I like picturing a younger version of you in these go go boots! ❤ awww!
    I was wearing my dancing shoes here, during the Grammys, Colleen!
    The funny part of the show was when Neil Diamond sang, "Sweet Caroline". . . in a pretend car with James Corden full of guest singers! Here at 5am I had posted a blog with branches touching across space, with the same song. Lol 😀
    I never had go go boots but had wellies, cowboy boots and black boots I wore with black hose at one time.

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  2. Kim13 says:

    This is such an awesome post. The freedom of just dancing and not caring…it may not have been an indication of who you would become, but it will always be a part of your “creation” of self…I love it. 🙂

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  3. rugby843 says:

    I think that’s rad!😂

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  4. ksbeth says:

    so funny, and i had a pair too though i was too shy to dance in front of people )

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  5. LOL! We had to try on different hats in order to figure out who we wanted to be. 🙂

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  6. Ah yes I do remember my go go boots. Sigh

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  7. goldenbrodie says:

    My white go-gos were cheap plastic up to the knee. They squeaked loudly when I walked…I still have dreams about the noise level and not very much about the look. Ha!

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  8. russtowne says:

    Somewhere inside you is a little girl dancing in GoGo boots. I hope you let her out to play, wearing GoGo boots or not.

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  9. lbeth1950 says:

    I wanted those, but they were sinful!

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  10. Oh, I’m sure it was important to someone. Probably a little old lady who watched from her window and it brought a smile to her face every time she saw you. Maybe a young lad who was secretly in love with the girl in her go-go boots.

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  11. I had two pair, But killed my feet. In pain, but
    hip..

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