By the storytellers of The Huntington
What would your foot say if it could talk?
I need new shoes.
Next time don't make it New Balance!
The shoe strings broke, the shoe fell off.
Let's go for a walk.
I've had a broken ankle.
Been everywhere from the streets of Dallas to Yellowstone National Park.
What would your feet thank you for?
Occasionally sitting down.
They like new socks.
A woman in this crowd has gotta explain theses 4-5 inch heels.
Believe you me, I'm never gonna put my feet in high heels ever!
Working hard at the gym.
Being barefoot at the beach - it feels sandy, getting washed in the ocean, loving the warm sand.
A lot of beaches along Massachusetts and the east coast, people don't like to walk barefoot in that stuff. The walkways are covered with small pebbles underneath and it's harder to walk.
One problem about the New England coast is sand is washed away and you're walking on sharp shells and they hurt.
What would your feet scold you for?
Walking on pebbles.
Stepped on a board with a nail sticking out - most boys do that when they're young running around barefoot.
Pounding on a treadmill for an hour.
Your feet finally grow twice the size of what you're trying to force them into.
You were singing "Sand in my Shoes" - they feel scratchy.
What do your feet want to do?
We wanna warm up cause we need some heat.
They want to race, dance.
Used to want to dance but they don't do that anymore.
And they lived happily ever after.