Confessions from the Week.

Confession #1: I ran for the first time in a week yesterday, which isn’t a big deal, unless we consider the fact that I’m supposed to be training for a half marathon that’s in about 3 weeks. Ooops.

Confession #2: Prom was last Saturday. Wait, that’s not the confession, just the context. The confession is that I got super frustrated because the nice waitress lady kept taking my unfinished snacks from the table whilst I was doing what I call dancing. Not once. Not twice. But three times.

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prom.jpgConfession #3: Liv is home from college!! And I’m a super crappy friend because I haven’t even seen her yet. Boo.

Confession #4: AP tests are done. I awkwardly happy/tired cried during my independent study the next day. Thankfully I have a super amazing teacher who acted like dealing with overly emotional teenagers is a common occurrence, which it actually might be considering that high school is full of overly emotional teenagers.

Confession #5: There’s no way I can ever do enough to repay my mama for all she’s done for me and our family. A belated Happy Mother’s Day to all the amazing mamas out there!IMG_1204.JPGConfession #6: Sometimes I stress about the silliest things. On Sunday, I laid down to take a nap, and instead of, you know, actually sleeping, I spent 35 minutes replaying a situation in my head, all the ways I messed up, and what I could have done differently.

Confession #7: Two days ago, it was a chilly 50°F, and Wednesday, the high is supposed to reach 90°F. I’m not sure what to wear anymore.

Confession #8: I’ve worked my way through an impressive number of chocolate bars and ice cream pints over the past several weeks.

20170504_202328Confession #9: My sister, mom, and I are going to get pedicures this week, and I’m always a little funny about people touching my feet because they’re uber ticklish.

Confession #10: I made some vegan, gluten free scones with chickpea flour (don’t knock it ’til you try it), but I ate them all before I could take pictures. And I don’t remember the recipe because it was one of those “throw stuff in a bowl, and pray it’s edible” baking endeavors. Mega boo.


So tell me…

One confession.

One thing you’ve done this week.

One thing you’re looking forward to. 

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8 thoughts on “Confessions from the Week.

  1. Polyglot Jot

    Whens your last day of school?! So exciting!! 😀 I’ve been working my way through lots of iced coffee and ice cream pints myself these days. I’ve also been enjoying watermelon–woo hoo!

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  2. Did you have fun at prom? Any kind of dancing is dancing and we’ll dance however we want to, no confessions needed. But huge ‘no no’ to that snack-stealing server lady. Pfffffttttt.
    Congrats on getting here. Over emotions are expected. When is your last official day?
    I also have no idea what to wear anymore. This weather is WHACK.

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  3. Elizabeth SaeOng

    Hey, cool heart confessions blog. Loved it Vangie! Mothers Day was the scariest and happiest Ive ever experienced! I will have to text you the details. Our Lord Jesus is good and will see you through and be with you each day! Love you lots & prayer’s. Have a great Summer!

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  4. Ooh I totally know what you mean about those kind of recipes that taste really good but you forgot what you did. At least you enjoyed them; that’s what matters most! 🙂 And most of all you get to enjoy God’s goodness and nourishment in them. It’s okay if you didn’t write it down.

    I’ve never been to a prom; do you like them? 🙂

    So so thankful for mommies. I need to be even more grateful for my mommy; thank you for this precious reminder.

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    1. True true. I just hope I can remember enough of the recipe to recreate it! Hmm…prom is fun, but there’s a good reason why it only takes place once a year. It can be expensive and sometimes full of unnecessary drama, but I did enjoy it. Mamas are super, and me too. I don’t give her even close to the amount of appreciation she deserves.

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