Sunday Confessions




I confess: We went to a party last night, it was one I was sort of dreading a tiny bit because it was David's workmate's retirement so nobody I knew would be there.Well one person I used to be good friends with who I no longer am. I have seen this person a few times since and held it together, but last night I didn't. Something about being in a party environment where once we might have danced and laughed together but now are barely cordial hit me hard. I got a bit emotional but I managed to reign it in and have a dance to Diana Ross and that felt good. And otherwise I had a really fun night and everyone was nice and I danced with strangers and it was not terrible at all. :-)



 I confess: One of us is more hung over than the other (it's not me for once), and one of us is trying not to be smug about it but it's hard ;-)

I confess: I may be unhealthily invested in Sir Patrick Stewart's foster pitbull situation - their love story is so pure and true, how can he not just adopt her?!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4UW3NI4m10


I confess: It's a beautiful sunny Sunday, but I plan on watching The World Ice Skating championships and maybe secretly ordering the new James Blunt album because I dig the laid back Blunty folk meets Ibiza chill sounds I have heard so far - don't judge me! :-)



linking up with The United States of Becky :-)

6 comments

  1. I'm trying very hard not to judge you for the Blunt confession, but it's difficult. As long as you stay away from Sheerhan, we might be ok. (That being said, I bloody love James Blunt on Twitter, he's brilliant).

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    1. Yeah I think the Blunt charm/wit factor plays a big part! Ed Sheerhan is not my bag, the new Blunt stuff sounds like something you could do yoga OR sit in the sun sipping cold beverages to, surely a bonus?! ;-)

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  2. Yes! Sir Patrick Stewart and the pit bull is like, the sparkles of the internet, which is super necessary after all the other internet.
    Glad the party thing was fun and went well...gatherings can be so nerve wracking and then to have it be where you know barely anyone or no one except that one person you don't like...well...that's like first day of school stomach sickening. Good on you! (High five!)

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    1. I wouldn't say I don't like this person, we just drifted due to life circumstances I won't go into...but yeah, I think I had convinced myself I could be blase and whatever and forgot that is totally the opposite of me lol!

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  3. I can't judge you for the last confession because it might as well have been written in greek, lol.

    Sometimes I like going to parties where I know no one, I can just do whatever who cares no one knows me. Let's get crunk and dance badly :D But trying to avoid like one person though makes it REALLY HARD, so sorries about that :(

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    1. Ha! Oh dancing badly to disco and 80s music is an underutilized joy in life.I need to do it more.

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