These are my Pink Sherbet Shoes! I bought them in Orvieto, Italy, because I liked their snazzy color with the light pink suede toe ! I like happy feet! My mother always said I was easy to buy shoes for. Just pick the ugliest shoes in the store and those would be the ones I wanted! I can’t help it that I like unusual shoes!
Crayola changed the name Brink Pink to Pink Sherbet in 2005. I am glad because I didn’t know what color a Brink Pink was. Looking it up, I see it is the color between rose and magenta, formulated by Crayola in 1998. Then I looked at the word sherbet. I always pronounced the word sherbert. Had I been pronouncing the word incorrectly all these years? No. It seems sherbet and sherbert are interchangeable too! So there we have it!
This post is just one of many in the Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola Challenge! Enjoy!