July 11, 2012

If you really knew me…

*My dearest of friends, Kristin, wrote a post just like this one yesterday, and I am blatantly copying her. So here goes…
Brittney Squire Photography*photo by Brittney Squire
*wow, two posts in a row where my head was chopped out of the picture
If you really knew me…
+ You’d know I’m blind as a bat. Can’t see the hand in front of my face without my contacts or glasses.
+ You’d know I love thunderstorms.
+ You’d know I’m not afraid of spiders or snakes, but I have an irrational terror of bees, crane flies, and cockroaches. One time I stepped on a roach with my bare foot (accidentally) and ran through the house screaming bloody murder before dousing my foot in the sink… while crying.
+ You’d know I love the smell of dog feet. Unashamedly. Matthew does too. I want to eat them.
+ On that note, you’d know I talk for my dogs, and everyone who comes over to our house frequently enough finds themselves in conversation with Gracie and Cooper. Matthew doesn’t even think twice about it anymore, and neither does my mom. It is what it is.
+ You’d know my number one love language is Words of Affirmation, hands down. The best thing anyone can do for me is say (or better yet, write) something loving, encouraging, uplifting, or nice to me. I keep every awesome email I’ve ever gotten from a blog reader, and can’t bear to throw away sweet cards or letters from friends or family. Nothing makes me happier than to receive an affirming text message or note from my husband, or to hear that my mom is proud of me. Yep. Words of Affirmation. Love ‘em.
+ You’d know weather affects my moods, big time. And so does too much caffeine. And not enough. And stupid people. And… yeah. I can be kind of a moody person.
+ You’d know my feet swell to 72 times their normal size when flying (slight exaggeration). Surely this happens to others, too? Matthew thinks it’s hilarious.
+ You’d know I hate horror movies, especially gory ones. Refuse to watch them. I get genuinely freaked out.
+ You’d know I love Harry Potter. Oh. Pretty sure there is no one who doesn’t know that.
+ You’d know I curse like a sailor. F-bombs all over the place. I realize that will lower some of your opinions of me—perhaps even make you think I’m a bad person and/or unladylike and/or unfollowrighhtthisminute. But I am just not someone who thinks that cursing is bad, or not in certain company, anyway. I’m careful about what I say around people I don’t know very well, or people I know don’t swear, but chances are good that, if we’ve spent any time together, a few choice words have slipped and then the cat’s out of the bag: Jenni has a potty mouth.

+ You’d know I get overwhelmed really, really easily. I can’t handle stress. I break out in a horrible, itchy rash on my hands when I get stressed. It’s kind of pathetic.
+ You’d know I have to sleep with at least one foot outside the covers… usually both. And I often sleep with a pillow or blanket over my face, with a small air hole, of course.
+ You’d know I speak my mind, and I’m not shy about it.  “Jenni, why don’t you tell us how you really feel?” is a statement I have heard many more times than once from my husband, though he’s being sarcastic.
And… I guess that’s all for now. This was sort of fun, to think up things only those closest to you would know.  You should try it! Happy Hump Day. :)

92 comments:

  1. I love this! Cute post. I sleep with at least one leg out of the covers too. I also make Evan fluff the down comforter every night before we go to bed when I'm in bed. I just like the feathers/fluffiness at the top of the comforter.

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  2. oh my gosh - two things we share in common:

    potty mouths and being bluntly honest. i love it haha

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  3. I love this so much because 1) I swear a lot and think people judge me too. 2) I'm overwhelmed easily. 3) I speak my mind. - You are the bomb dot com.

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  4. I love this post idea! So cute. I started laughing at the "one foot outside of the covers" point, because I'm totally the same way. :)

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  5. What a fun post today Jenni! I completely relate to the first 2 and I have an irrational fear of birds which is really challenging me because there are a million pigeons in the harbour in Stavanger. I also love to drop a good swear here and there - actually, fairly regularly around close company.

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  6. Love this idea! I might have to copy both of you. :) Glad to know I'm not the only one who is that blind. Dave thinks it's hysterical and as soon as I take my contacts out he's always asking what things look like when I can't see. Haha. And your f-bombs don't bother me...just sayin. :)

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  7. fuck yeah, i curse a lot too :). loved this post, jenni!

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  8. I'm always smelling Corky and Prana's feet! Micah thinks I'm insane, but to me it smells like popcorn and dog love :)

    Britt
    The Secondhand Magpie

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  9. fun post! smell of dogs feet...hmmm...interesting...

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  10. okay, I am copying this too... right now..... :)

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  11. AH!!!! I'm the SAME WAY with cockraoches! Did the same thing as you when I was about five, and to this day it remains one of the most tragic events of my life. I freeze whenever I see one.

    Great post! I love getting to know other bloggers!

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  12. Ahhh, yes. A fellow sailor. Ahoy, matey. :-)

    (For some reason, I said that with a British accent in my head as I typed it. I guess my "other self" is a British sailor.)

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  13. Love this post, Jenni! I may have to "borrow" the idea, too!

    And, I think I just may have to meet your dogs. :)

    -Kristen

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  14. Hah! So funny learning about u! We have lots in common. I talk for Huxley (Scott's gotten used to it by now)-like u said it is what it is, I also have noticed that I have a potty mouth too - didn't know u did! :) I also have a deathly fear of bees and cockroaches.. I woudl have done the same thing if stepping on one, I shivered while reading that. lol

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  15. love this post!!

    i also HATE and refuse to watch horror movies and my love language would be words of affirmation. its just such an easy thing to do for someone and it makes such a difference.

    also, harry, love, obvi.

    and i would have never have guessed that you had a potty mouth!! but definitely that doesn't make me think less of you!!!

    &&& my bf sleeps face down with a pillow over his head. im like, HOW ARE YOU BREATHING?? hahaha

    have a great day!
    xo, kim

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  16. Ohhh la la - loved this post!! Is it weird that I like you MORE cuz you are a potty mouth? Welp, I do.

    And words of affirmation? No problemo! You're just plain sweet and gorgeous. The end :D

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  17. We have a few things in common here, I hate gory slasher or horror movies. Give me romcoms anytime. Or a thriller that makes you think.

    I too sleep with my feet out of the covers. I like to call them my "chimneys" because they let all the heat out. Even in winter.

    And that grassy smell on the dogs' feet. Just the best smell on earth! It's almost like freshly mowed lawn.

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  18. Oh my gosh, I hate hate horror movies, too!! And, we talk for our dogs, all. the. time! ;)

    www.highheelstosneakers.com

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  19. "You’d know I speak my mind, and I’m not shy about it. “Jenni, why don’t you tell us how you really feel?” is a statement I have heard many more times than once from my husband, though he’s being sarcastic."

    Sounds just like me :)

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  20. Oh my gosh! I am blind as well. I have the same thing going on (not being able to see in front of my face.) I almost feel like I am already legally blind without correction!

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  21. Jenni. This is terrifying. Why? Because WE ARE THE SAME.

    I love the smell of sleepy dog feet. I stick my nose in there all the time and just breathe in the yummy sweetness. It is the single best smell in the world. Everyone thinks I'm crazy.

    Each of my animals has their own voice and demands that everyone talk back to them. B and I have full conversations through the dogs all the time. It's sad and hilarious.

    You know how I feel about Harry potter.

    Affirmations are my love language.

    On the other hand, I cuss more than the average bear. Whoops. Sorry not sorry.

    I think you're swell.
    Xoxo
    Jackie

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  22. I am also blind as a bat without my contacts or glasses. And I also love the smell of dog feet!! And their ears! Is that too much?? Maybe:)

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  23. This post definitely had me laughing! I sleep with a blanket or pillow over my head too-funny part is my siblings do the same and my mom has never understood it. Right there with ya on the words of affirmation. Best thing anyone could do for me!

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  24. I laughed when I read that you love the smell of dog feet! Me tooo!!! Thought I FOR SURE had to be the only one! I always tell my husband that my dog, Pierre, smells like sleep - he doesn't get it. But it's the best smell ever.

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  25. I have like 16 things to say to you.

    1) you like the smell of dog feet? Never in a thousand years will I ever hear anyone say that again. ever.

    2) I keep cards and letters, I hoard them. It's problematic. We're both fine, we're fine.

    3) Caffeine, sigh, I'm leaving work to go get some after I finish this novel comment.

    4)Giiiiiiiiiiirl, from here on out every email I send you will have the F word. We gotta stay classy. We gotta.

    4x4=16. same thing.

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  26. As a fellow dropper of the eff-bomb, it was refreshing to hear that you have a potty-mouth as well!

    As always, I love the way you love your dogs :)

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  27. my feet swell too when i fly, lol. i don't know why it happens!!

    i hate horror movies too. i am sooo afraid. i wish i would get over it but i have finally come to realize that i will never be over it. scary movies = no bueno.

    i am so scared of bees! i think it is the reason why i have never been stung. i see them and i am gone. you want to see me run fast? let a bee come within a few feet of me.

    loved this post. so fun!

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  28. Oh hi, I'm Dana and I have a huge potty-mouth too! Haha. I also don't think swearing is bad... I mean I wouldn't do it in front of a grandmother or something, but I think it's silly that a word can cause some people to get all flustered. The funny thing is that people who don't technically curse usually have another, made-up word that they use instead of the actual curse word. Hello, that's the SAME THING! You still MEAN the exact same thing, so just say it already! lmao..

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  29. ha. love this!

    my not quite 2 year old has totally learned some horrible words from me --

    you're in good and young company.

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  30. Love this post, totally stealing it too! Great stuff!

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  31. Oh, I am a total sailor mouth, too. Casually, angrily, happily... every occasion is the perfect time for the F word. Yep. But, my mom doesn't like it, and I try to respect that. I try not to cuss around people that I know are bothered by it, and have even asked people I am getting to know but have never heard cuss if they are offended, so that I know. There are words I prefer people not use (at least around me), so I try to respect the same! But if you don't care... yeah. I make Fargo sound prude.
    I've not been allowed to watch horror movies ever since we watched The Secret Window, then Paul tapped me on the shoulder to tell me something as I was washing my face (SUPER VULNERABLE THERE) and I turned around screaming and punched him as hard as I could... and I'm fairly good at that. So now I'm only allowed to watch them if he's not around, and I'm faaaaaar too chicken to watch them alone, so no horror movies for me.
    (Absolutely love this post idea, btw!)

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  32. I can handle snakes too but cockroaches....eeeek! I could hardly finish reading your sentence. Gives me the heebie geebies! You poor thing! lol

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  33. Ok, the cockroach thing CRACKS me UP!
    The dog feet thing almost made me "unfollow."
    Just kidding!!
    However I totally get the talking for the dog thing!
    I do it ALL the time and my family actually says things like...awwww, he's such a funny dog!
    Then we all look at each other and crack up because we forgot it was really me??
    Anyway. We are strange that way. ;)

    As far as the feet swelling thing.
    Mine do that too.
    Takes about a WEEK for them to go down.
    I always figured it was because of my heart condition, but it seems like more people are dealing with it.
    Think next time I fly I'll use the special pantyhose. :(

    Harry Potter.
    Hmmm..
    Was actually going to tweet you today and tell you that I'm considering reading the series.
    :)
    Have a good day, Lovely!!

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  34. I am so happy to hear about the F-bomb thing because today it was like the only word I knew how to say...even my team started to ummmmm get a little irritated with me!!

    Its the kinda day I am having!!

    I love this idea.

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  35. I cuss too! I try damn hard to not do it in front of my kids. But sometimes it just slips out. And I have to remind them that those are ugly grown-up words! Just like I have taught my 2 year old that mommy's special glass contains acka-all (alcohol) and he is not allowed to touch it. LOL!

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  36. My love language is Words of Affirmation as well. :) Everyone in my family has a different love language, which is quite a challenge. I'm not really afraid of spiders or snakes either, but I have an irrational fear of rats/mice. I will cry and start shaking at the sight of one. I think I'd be horrifyed of cockroaches as well, but luckily I don't see any of them around where we live. I totally LOVED this post. I learned so much about you.

    http://shannonhearts.blogspot.com/

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  37. Hahaha! Loved these Jen! :-) Let's see, today I learned that you're a "feet must breathe" sleeper (I am in the summer, but not the winter) and I also learned that your feet swell when you fly. Guess I'm not very acquainted with your feet. Hmmm... I think I'm ok with that. Buuuuut, other than those two tidbits, I knew all the rest! Blessed to be one of your dearest. Love you sweet friend. Muchly.

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  38. i speak my mind too and get that comment so much. but i think it is a good thing surely as least you know i will always be honest :)

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  39. SO happy to hear someone else's feet swell big-time too! My toes end up looking like little sausages. And one time on a long flight to Paris, I couldn't even get my shoes back on when we landed! Super embarrassing

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  40. I love the smell of dogs feet too! We have miniature dachshunds and swear their feet smell like popcorn. I'm constantly calling them popcorn paws.

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  41. This is such a fun post. I'm blind as a bat too. My father-in-law is an eye doctor, he makes sure to make fun of me every time I have an appointment with him :)

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  42. To see your pretty face cursing like a saily... this actually makes me laugh. I would like to witness it one day. And, no, I don't think any less of you. lol

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  43. Cute post!

    I love the smell of dog paws. I thought I was the only one! And thunderstorms. Love them! The rumblier (is that even a word?) the better.

    Blanket over the head is a common occurrence during my slumber. So is one foot out of the covers.

    I curse too much. Been throwing around a lot of F-bombs lately! No judging here!

    I HATE scary movies too! Gory ones are the worst. I won't watch them either!

    The foot swelling is weird. I wonder why that happens??

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  44. I once made the mistake of wearing cowboy boots on a flight from SF to Buenos Aires. Its normally 20-24 hours. I took the boots off to sleep and when I woke up, my feet couldn't even remotely fit. I had to go through customs bare foot and limping and full of shame. So no... You're not the only one. And now I spit in rage at the women who wear high heels to travel while I shuffle along in my orthopedic Birkenstock clogs.

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  45. I can definitely relate to a lot of these things on your list! I had horror movies too and am definitely pretty blind at this point without my contacts/glasses!

    xoxo
    Petchie
    http://itsallofthelittlethings.blogspot.com/

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  46. I'm still kind of laughing at the "I love the smell of dog feet" comment. Kind of made me gag and then laugh at the same time. (o: You're hilarious.

    My potty mouth comes out the most when I'm driving or after two margaritas. Glad to be in good curse-like-sailors company. (o:

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  47. hahaha i absolutely love this. yours is quickly becoming my favorite blog. i love your honesty.
    i love how you sleep with a pillow or blanket over your face. haha

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  48. Ugh I so hear you on a ton of those. If I fly without my glasses and see a cockroach...it's over. Then again, I could kill the bug much more easily with my Hagrid feet. Then swear about it.

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  49. I may have laughed at the crying while washing your foot after stepping on a roach. But trust me, I'd do the same.

    I saw a roach 'dead' under my co workers chair but waited until she got in and casually mentioned that 'oh, I think I see something under your chair..what could that be?' (to make her take care of it) and it turned out it was STILL ALIVE!!

    I'm pretty sure I would have gone ballistic if I was near it!
    Emily at Amazing Grapes

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  50. Love this list. You are too cute. I'm also someone who believes cursing isn't that big of a deal...it's kind of funny!

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  51. For some reason when people curse around me I like it because I feel like they feel comfortable enough around me to do that haha (unless around Little One) My love language is Words of Affirmation too AND Quality Time!

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  52. Such a cute post. I might copy. lol I do that too with the covers and blankets...ha I get made fun of all the time.

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  53. Jenni, you made me smile again today. Always a pleasure to read you. I believe that if I swear, it will be much more difficult for me to be smuggly self-righteous (been there, done that). It is far more difficult to think I am holier than anywho if I have a potty mouth too. Love you, Jen.

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  54. I loved this. I think if we met in real life, we'd be good friends. Our mutual love for HP. I speak for my dogs. I also curse like a sailor. Words of affirmation... I'm with ya. Hate horror movies.

    Yup.

    Dog feet though... Not sure I've ever smelled my dog's feet. I'll have to do that. :) My husband will be REALLY confused.

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  55. Okay, I really love the smell of dog feet too! I'm glad I'm not the only one!

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  56. Okay, I really love the smell of dog feet too! I'm glad I'm not the only one!

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  57. I think I'm more of a fan of your blog now that I've read this list LOL. I can say that all but 3 (and a half...and I'll explain) of these would be on my list as well - the only exceptions being that I am terrified of thunderstorms (we live in a tornado-prone area), I'm not a fan of Harry Potter because I've never seen the movies or read the books (I just got demoted a few points for this, didn't I? haha) and my feet don't swell when flying. The "half" is in reference to the bugs...I'm deathly afraid of spiders and snakes...and anything else even remotely related to insects, arachnids, scaly-looking creatures so for me, it's much more broad.

    The rest are all very, very true for me as well - so much so, in fact, that I swear if those 3.5 things weren't listed, I could see myself writing this very post.

    Of course, mine would also include some other weird points...such as the fact that I'm absolutely addicted to Hall's menthol-flavored cough drops. I eat them like candy. No joke. I'm sure mine would also include some other off-the-wall points but your list generally summed it up and I laughed like hell when I read it because sometimes it's just nice to know that I'm not the only one. :)

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  58. I love this!! Um-- I LOVE the way my dogs feet smell. Yes. My husband says I am weird--glad to know I am in good company. :) He will see eventually. :) Also, I have to sleep with one leg out of the covers too--haha. And I have learned--as much as I hate to admit it--I do not handle stress well either.

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  59. I should have added another "half". The dog feet. I love the smell of my dogs but not specifically their feet. (I guess I've never smelled their feet?) We have a Shih Tzu and a yellow lab...our Shih Tzu goes to the groomer every month and gets baths at least every 2 weeks so his fur is always so soft and smells so great and our lab smells great because he gets regular baths but I guess one of these days I'm going to have to smell their feet to see if I can relate to this LOL.

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  60. we may or may not be the same person... i too curse like a sailor and try to hide that from pple who don't know me very well.. ha! and i have a serious fear of cockroaches..
    love this. totally about to write a similar post. thank you for the idea!

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  61. Loved this -- makes me luv ya even more! And I am excited to see how much your feet swell up when you're prego now! Haha I kid I kid!! :)

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  62. I loved this post. And Kristin's original. I totally stole it from both of you and blogged about it this evening. Hope that's cool!

    It always makes me happy to read a post about who you are and what you're about and I love that you can be honest about that. It's refreshing and inspiring and makes me want to be that kind of blogger. :)

    Love, love, love you!

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  63. I sleep with my legs outside of the blanket too. It keeps me cool! My husband is a furnace!! :)

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  64. Lol. To many of these I can relate. Perhaps it's a Texas gal thing.

    I've never smelled dog feet on purpose that I know of, so now I will have to violate some poor strangers dog to find out how pup feet smells to me. I can't have a puppy right now. *insert sad face*

    I am sooo with you on the cursing issue. They're just words, and though I have an extensive vocabulary, saying F*** just make me feel powerful.

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  65. I'm with ya with the weather influencing my mood!

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  66. Haha! I LOVE the smell of dog feet too! that's crazy!

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  67. This was the bomb Jenni! I absolutely love this idea and it really made me appreciate you and your blog so much more. Yeah, and I loved it so much I did one too!

    Janelle - J.P Photography

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  68. Haha, I love to rub and kiss my cats paws! They are just too sweet to pass up! :)
    I HATE scary movies. I'll never forget when I was in maybe the 10th grade my teacher was very sick and our sub peaced out after taking role. We were left alone for an hour and someone brought Scream and played it. I was traumatized and my best friend and I left school basically in tears. Yikes!
    Thanks for sharing:)

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  69. Oh my... "F" bombs? Wow... Really? That'a freakin' awesome! My Mom hated that word, so in order to get around it he said "Fuh-cryin-out-loud!

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  70. Oh, yes, of course, we are alike too :D ...I'm so sorry for you, darling, but it seems you are just the same as everyone else (looking at all these comments) XD ...the question is - if all these girls are so similar to you, what is the X-factor that makes you so special? :) because that's exactly what you are... love your blog, Jenni, I really do... :)

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  71. SUCH A FUN POST!!! I also sleep with my feet outside of the covers and Jen and I often hold hands or cross our ankles over one another when we sleep. <3

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  72. This post is way too cute...I just might have to "borrow" this idea too one day...AND it's also confirmed we have way too much in common. I'm talking like 8 out of the 15 things you listed, I do too. And I just realized I used the word "too" 4 different times in the last two sentences. Guess it's my new favorite word! {eye rolls}

    Anywho, I totally love the smell of dog feet! Tucker's smell like corn chips. It's weird and awesome all at the same time. Why in the world do they smell like that, ya know? It's a strange phenomenon. I also talk to Tuck like he can understand my every word. I make my mom put the phone up to his ear so I can tell him things when she calls! Animals are people too, I'm totally convinced. My top love language is also words of affirmation...I have every card and love letter David has ever given to me. 12 years of them! I also keep cards from our families and my best gals. I'm really big on sending snail mail, too. If I get a letter, I send one right back. I'm so afraid for postcards and handwritten letters to die out! Thank God for Etsy and their super adorable card artists! I'm keeping them all in business!

    As if it were possible, I think I love ya just a little bit more after this post. F-bombs and all. :)

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  74. I'm pretty sure if I were to ever step on a roach with my bare foot I would die that second...ick!Harry Potter for life!!!I love finding fellow HP nerds!And I SO give my dog a voice too...my husband does too!We actually have conversations with each other in said dogs voice.Okay,now I'm just embarrassed! Hah!

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  75. Just did my own post like this! I also love cursing. And the smell of dog feet - so yummy!

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  76. this was such a fun read and way to get to know you better! I totally copied you and did my own!! thanks!

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  77. Love it. I need my words of affirmation too! Every time my fiance sends me a sweet text I forward it to my email and put it in the "Joe" folder. I too get a stress rash. I'm a huge baby.

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  78. Things we have in common:

    1) I also curse a lot. It was bad. Then I worked on a construction site for 6 months. Then it got worse.
    2) I CANNOT watch horror movies. I remember sitting at the kitchen table when I was a kid and my parents would watch Charmed and I couldn't sleep after that let alone a horror movie.

    Other things:
    1) I really need to leave the five love languages.
    2) I like that you speak your mind. I'm hoping to become more like that sometime soon.

    Happy Friday :)

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  79. Guess we really know you now Jenni!
    That was a fun post to read.
    Bad weather affects me mood too though. A lot. Which is crazy in a way, because it's just the weather! But it does for me. AND not enough caffeine. I don't drink coffee, but I do like soda. I have at least one can a day. It's not good for me, but I just can't stop!
    And I HATE horror movies. They always scare me. I can't watch them. Even in the daytime.
    Although I wish I was like you and I speak my mind more. I always think what I want to say, but sometimes I just don't say it.

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  80. This was super cool to read. I'm a new follower :) You're a lovely person from what I've read!

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  81. Yay for Harry Potter! I stole this from you, by the way! Great post!

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  82. SUch a creative post! I really love words of affirmation as well. I can't do horror movies- I can be a little punk. Cursing doesn't make me think you're a bad person at all. I guess we all have habits we might need to kick. Great blog btw =) xo

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  83. SUch a creative post! I really love words of affirmation as well. I can't do horror movies- I can be a little punk. Cursing doesn't make me think you're a bad person at all. I guess we all have habits we might need to kick. Great blog btw =) xo

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  84. potty mouths, unite!! :)

    [I keep this a fairly guarded secret on my blog as well. But in real life...oh boy.]

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  85. I curse A LOT too so don't feel bad about that!

    I just read megan's post like this one and have to say, I love how much you both shared... I may need to do this. I really truly feel I got to know you better.


    CarissaExplainsItAll

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  86. I too get swollen feet at curse like a sailor, which really helps when people give judging looks at my loud, neon compression socks in the airport terminal. Seriously, I would never swear at a fellow passenger- bad karma.

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  87. so i've been gone, getting married and honeymooning and stuff, and i'm just catching up on your blog now.

    let me just say that i totally know what you mean about being blind as a bat. I am too and it's so annoying! also, you're not the only potty mouth :) when we move to Austin and I hire you to take beautiful photos of us, there will be f-bombs all over the place. keep the children away.

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  88. i have to sleep with one foot outside the blanket too, AND my boyfriend and i both have to sleep with a pillow over our faces. so glad we're not the only ones!!

    ;)

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  89. I love these posts SO much! It's really fun to get to know bloggers you've been following more deeply and see what other characteristics/preferences you can relate to, thanks for sharing!

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  90. I realize that I am reading this close to a year after you posted it, but, I just wanted to say that I love your blog! I found it through another blog that I follow and have been reading your posts more and more often. Thanks for being so insightful and real in your blogs. I have found that you have inspired me to take my blog to different levels. :)

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Thanks so much for leaving your two cents! I read and appreciate every comment and respond when I can. Thanks for reading. :)

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