Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Confessions...



.. that I'm always listening to music.
It's always playing in my office.

... that I can't whistle.

...that I can't sing, at all.

...that I would NEVER participate in Karaoke because
my singing is THAT bad.

...that I'm utterly obsessed with island life during the winter. 
I would love to live on an island.

..that I do not like to cook and I'm Italian. 
I should, it's in my blood.

...that I went to Italy and called home complaining about the food.

...that I didn't like pasta or tomato sauce as a child.

...that whenever I travel, I take my rosary
 that were blessed by Pope John Paul, with me.
I can't fly without them. 

..that at times I pretend I am my twin sister. 
Most people can't tell us apart over the phone.

..that if I'm having a bad hair day, it turns into a bad day.

...that the heat and the humidity make me cranky.



Now, it's your turn!

What are your confessions?
Let me know, I love hearing from you!
Best, Marie


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19 comments:

  1. You didn't like the food in Italy?! OMG how is that possible the only thing I found weird was the pizza...it was very different! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

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  2. Humidity drives me crazy too... my hair gets so fizzy! And I will never do karaoke either, I'm terrible! ha

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  3. oh you didn't like the food in italy! that sucks. i hated tomatoes as a kid, now i love them. i didn't realise tomato sauce (on pizza and in pasta) was made from tomatoes when i was a kid (i wasn't very bright, clearly) so i still loved those lol. my singing is horrible as well!

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  4. How fun would it be to live on an island - now that's a great idea!

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  5. My twin and I sound exactly alike on the phone too!! So many hilarious memories with that lol! We don't look alike at all but people still get us confused! I'm sure you understand haha!!

    Xoxox
    www.ManicMakeupGirl.Blogspot.com

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  6. Two thumbs down to heat and humidity.

    Wah you didn't like the food in italy?

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  7. Haha I can't whistle or sing either! And yes to a bad hair day... I feel you there!

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  8. I think you're the first person I've heard of who didn't like the food in Italy- what didn't you like about it?! I can't whistle or sing either, but I definitely do karaoke (in a group) after a few drinks lol.

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  9. I can't whistle either! And I totally understand the bad hair day = bad day in general :-P

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  10. I am not a fan of pasta so I worry to if i travel to Italy what will i eat?! I can't carry a tune either!

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  11. Last two....so me! Today in fact is a bad hair day and might as well throw in the towel. Lol! Hope your day, however, is fabulous!!!

    livingoncloudandreanine.blogspot.com

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  12. That's funny you didn't like the food in Italy. I'm pretty sure I would be in heaven there!

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  13. I hated tomatoes and pasta sauce as a kid. When my mom made her AMAZING spaghetti...I ate buttered noodles. I am very cranky with all this humidity and heat. Fall is my favorite season...not this super hot crap!

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  14. That's awesome you have a rosary blessed by the Pope. I can't sing either (although sometimes I can't help myself and I start singing around people). :)

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  15. Haha I thought I would never do Karaoke but I did once. And oh boy complaining about the food in Italy?

    Allie of ALLIENYC
    allienyc.com

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  16. I can't whistle or sing either! The heat makes me cranky too. Especially since it's been record highs lately in Seattle. Sigh.

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  17. Gawd I have a terrible voice too. Some bad singers are funny at karaoke, but my voice is not funny it's offensive! lol

    ~Ashley @ A Cute Angle
    acutelifestyle.blogspot.com

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  18. i'm half italian and not only do i hate cooking, but i am awful at it. i didn't inherit it at all!

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  19. Haha I love this!
    Melanie @ meandmr.com

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