It's hard for me to admit defeat. I like to do things well, so I don't like admit when I don't do something well.
I'm reminded of how much I love the way I was raised every time I find a good deal on something. I was always taught to shop around and pay attention to prices!
I feel self-conscious when I have healing tattoos and people ask to look at them. Seriously. They look insanely disgusting and if no one has seen a healing tattoo before they're always kind of taken aback, as if my tattoo will look that bad forever.
I am mildly dishonest when I say I want to be a stay at home mom. Between Vince and I, he would definitely be the better and more sane parent to stay home. I would miss working too much! Vince, on the other hand, is a way more patient and 'go with the flow' type.
I can't imagine a world without good foods. It's scary to think how back in the day during wars people just simply ran out of certain foods like butter or fruit. I take advantage of it daily, but at times when I'm walking through the store I think, 'Man, it would be a sad thing if some day we weren't able to buy [insert delicious thing here].'
I'm surprised that I still listen to Lady Gaga's 'Born This Way'. When I am working out, the ONLY thing to get me through it is to listen to that song, frequently on repeat. I don't like any of her other songs, but this one just sends me flying! The other day in spin class when I was about to die (or throw up), it came on insanely loud in a remix and I thought, 'Yaaaaa. Get some!' and finished class like a badass.
I get a little too easily wrapped up in anything new that I do. When I learn something new, like crocheting, cooking a certain type of muffin, or rearranging my house, it's all I can focus on for a while. It's hard to get me pulled into something else. And when that does happen? I get wrapped up in something new!
I indulge in guilty pleasures like drinking a Pepsi when I wake up really early in the morning. I typically try to keep away from soda, but on mornings that I wake up really early I treat myself to one. Don't judge. If you compare it to a small frilly drink from Starbuck's or a morning donut, there's less sugar!
I wish all things in life were as wonderful as good good days. You know, those days that you wake up and immediately feel at peace and that continues all day, even when something that normally wouldn't be good comes up? Those are pretty wonderful.