I confess that I'm having a really good hair day and I kind of feel like it's going to waste since I have no plans today.
I confess that I always grab an extra Splenda or two..or three. And sometimes I'll grab an extra Creamer...or two. Does that make me a thief? I am a paying customer. I just like to take a little extra for the road.
I confess that I reuse sandwich bags. Even the cheap ones that don't close at the top. If I pack something like carrots the bag is barely used. I like to get my use out of things.
Maui. It was this pretty matte mint green color and it matched my bikini. Well, it doesn't look so good anymore and I probably won't be in that bikini for another 6 months so....yeah, time to take it off before MJ starts asking me what's up with my toe nails. I'm surprised he hasn't already.
While we're at it I confess that I've always hated my feet. I have really long toes and the 2nd toe overlaps the big toe. I didn't where open toed shoes until after college. It took me even longer to get my first pedicure and when I was dating someone I was always afraid to let them see my feet. Like, deep breath...this could be a deal breaker. I'm over it though, for the most part. I'm still not a fan but it's not a major source of embarrassment and I don't hide them in shame anymore. Unless I really need a pedicure, like now.
I confess that I've got a lot of junk in my trunk. Not my butt, although I do feel that it's pretty substantial. I'm talking about my actual trunk. In my car. And the contents of my glove compartment spring forward when you open it. Every other part of my car is neat as pin. I promise. The trunk is not nearly as bad as it used to be. I used to use it as extra storage when I lived in my tiny studio. Now I just have a few things bumping around back there that I apparently don't need considering they've been back there for over a year. I've always thought that the way people keep their car is a reflection of how they keep their homes. In my case it's true. The guest rooms are messy but the main areas that everyone sees are neat.
I confess that I've tracked my calories every single day since I got my iPhone in December of 2009. I even track when I'm on vacation even though I don't like what I see. Four years ago Lose it! was the first app I downloaded. That's either really awesome or really ridiculous depending on how you look at it. It's just something I do. Lose It! is so sweet. They rewarded me with free premium membership for life. My commitment has not gone unnoticed.
Linking up with Leslie from A Blonde Ambition.