Hey everyone! Hope you each had a wonderful, long 4th of July weekend with your family! It was so nice to enjoy some down time with the kiddos and hubs and we definitely enjoyed watching all the pretty fireworks. I’m really happy that summer time is officially here and I’m looking forward to some fun weekends ahead.
It’s time for my monthly confessions, so let’s just get right into it…
- Of all the things to choose from in the breakfast category, I eat pop tarts for breakfast on my cheat days. Pop tarts are definitely that nostalgic food from my childhood and I mean it’s pretty much like eating a candy bar for breakfast. The chocolate peanut butter and red velvet ones are my favorite. #winning
- If I ever had to work in a fast food restaurant I pretty much know without a doubt I’d wanna work at Taco Bell. I know everyone says you grow tired of the food after so long, but I don’t see how tacos every day could get old.
- Until last week I hadn’t shopped at Target in over a month and a half, so of course I rewarded myself by dropping in for
a few minutesan hour. Needless to say I didn’t leave empty handed.
- It truly makes me sad that malls are becoming a thing of the past. They were such a big thing when I was little and it was always a tradition to go back to school shopping there or go on certain holidays, and now all of our local ones are either shut down or have just a handful of stores open in them.
- It’s always amazing when someone says to you “Are you feeling well, you don’t look good.” on days where you feel perfectly fine/normal. Definitely boosts the self esteem for sure.- haha
- My oldest son saw a black and white photo filter of me the other day on my phone and said, “Whoa mom I like that one because it’s from the 1980’s!” It was so cute and hilarious at the same time.
Pet Peeve of the Week:
Ever since getting my new vehicle (and even before that really) I’ve always grown extremely agitated when people leave their shopping carts right beside my vehicle to where the wind can easily blow it into the side and scratch or dent it. I’ve always had an extreme understanding for parents with young children/babies, the elderly, or disabled, but I can’t quite understand what the rest of the general population’s excuse for not returning shopping carts to the holder is. I’m sure those people are the same ones who can’t park between the lines to save their life…
Happy Wednesday! What’s your monthly confessions?- Cara