This morning it was nice and sunny, so I decided to conduct my production meeting outside on the balcony today. My production meeting usually involves me, my coffee, and a notepad where I draw doodles of myself rolling in money.
But the pleasant early morning silence was broken by a loud clip-clop sound, like a horse, which is fairly unusual in my urban neighbourhood. I stood up for a closer look, hoping to catch some handsome mounted police officers, or maybe a surprise Tuesday morning rodeo, or perhaps some fool banging coconuts together.
The noise got louder and louder and then I spotted her: a young woman in 3-inch stilettos, navigating her way to work on the street below. She was about 60 feet away from my building and I'm 6 floors up, but her footsteps could be heard all over the neighbourhood. It could've been a case of strange acoustics or just some truly obnoxious shoes, but she was certainly not light on her feet. She was trying to do that supermodel walk thing - sort of like a marching chicken - the knees go way up and one foot is placed directly in front of the other. Looks alright when Naomi does it on a runway, but it's quite a racket when performed by an office chick who can't walk in heels. I could still hear her shoes long after she had disappeared from my line of sight. She would make a terrible ninja.
I really don't know where I was going with this. But I made this cool graphic, so I guess my production meeting was more productive than usual.
Girl who can't walk in heels: 0, Rocketstudio: 1