you and your orange soul

for the love of nike

you and your orange soul / for the love of nikeyou and your orange soul / for the love of nikeyou and your orange soul / for the love of nikeyou and your orange soul / for the love of nikeyou and your orange soul / for the love of nike

I took a very American walk yesterday. That sounds all official and everything, but I really just wore the flag vest I made a few years ago. There were so many beautiful brick patterns and tree fingers to behold.

While we’re at it, let’s learn a little flag trivia:

  • The colors of the Flag may be thus explained:
    The red is for purity and innocence;
    the white for valor and bravery;
    the blue for vigilance, perseverance, and justice
    (and the orange of my shoe souls is to celebrate the sun that has finally returned to this wintery land we call Chicago)
  • A 17-year old student designed the flag as it appears today. In anticipation of Alaska and Hawaii becoming states, Robert G. Heft created the 50-star flag as part of a history project (for which he received a B-) before submitting it to Congress for consideration. In August of 1959…

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