I’m very picky about what shoes I wear to play the piano.
Flats don’t work. Wedges don’t work.
Heels do work, but not too thin of a heel. Not too chunky either. (I’d take chunky over thin, though.)
So, this week I’m faced with a dilemma.
Our church has a special Sunday this Sunday called Fall Festival Day. It’s a day where the service is more casual and somewhat of a western theme.
It’s a day where cowboy(girl) boots are the “in” footwear. And, yes, I do own cowboy boots. And I love them.
But I’ve never played the piano in them.
I have played wearing winter boots before, and I didn’t like it. The boots were just below the knee, and when I lifted my foot for the pedal, the boot rubbed against my leg in a very weird way.
I really want to wear my boots. If I don’t wear them, I’m not sure what shoes I would wear.
What do you think? Would you wear cowboy boots to play the piano? Have you done it before?
This post is part of a series I’m doing this month called “On-the-Go Pianist.” Click here to see all the posts!