ten confessions

 

I’m sharing a few confessions with you. It’s so easy to write stuff when you don’t know who’s reading it! cathartic, I say!

read, try not to judge & then put yours out there!

  1. When I’m either bored or pondering something, I snip away at my split ends. It’s tragic, I know.
  2. love scary movies
  3. I am a little obsessive-compulsive. My Mum has overcome it, but my brother is way out there with his! I consciously try to break the cycle of having to have everything in even amounts or the same (even volume on the dial in the car for the stereo / chewing the same amount on each side / same colour and type of pegs on the clothes line / brushing my teeth the same on top and bottom / alternating which shoe I put on first…the list goes on). [Right now, you’re thinking I’m kind of a freak…Remember what I said about no judging!!!]
  4. I hate yellow (patty pan) squash. Hate it.
  5. I’m planning a new tattoo.
  6. Even though I am super-organised, can be outspoken and bossy at times most of the time, I really like it when my husband takes charge and “puts his foot down”.
  7. I always dump a bag of Maltesers into my popcorn at the movies. They kinda melt and you get little clusters of gooey, salty, chocolatey heaven!
  8. I am the worst with money. It seems to slip through my fingers. This is the only thing Jay gets mad a me about. I am trying really hard to control my spending this year.
  9. I am addicted to teen young adult fiction.
  10. I have crazy, detailed dreams. I could seriously write books or movies from my dreams. I always remember them and they’re mostly about being a spy or a secret agent and often my characters reoccur from one night to the other. It’s pretty weird but pretty cool too.
i'm a little crazy | what do you see?

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Mel @thisismelly lives a life of adventure, gets lost in farmer’s markets, regularly indulges in movies, loves to whip up gourmet meals in the kitchen, swears that one day she will learn to speak French properly, adores candles and fresh flowers, married her high school sweetheart, visited 19 countries and counting, fears an apocalyptic rage-virus, regularly spoils her cavoodle Harley, loves walking along the harbour, is decorated with ink, muddles her right & left, seasonally switches between blonde and brunette, has soul-mates, favours painted nails & dangly earrings, always orders the 'plateau de fromages', is obsessed with British or Scandinavian crime fiction, detests creepy-crawlies & people who take too long to order coffee, gives terrible directions, makes up crazy dances for her devilishly handsome husband, believes in good, would always be dressed in Saint Laurent, Gucci & Chloe if she could, adores Tex-Mex & Japanese, loves the smell of rain & evening jasmine, may be addicted to Instagram&Pinterest, is always on the hunt for a really good macchiato, is James Taylor’s biggest fan, gets rowdy with tequila, dreams every night, takes pickles, jalapeños & dried fruit for movie snacks, would hate a world without French champagne, adores Pantone 1765, almost always wishes she was lying on the sand in the sun, is an inconsistent Paleo convert and although she is a hopeless Francophile she will forever be smitten with Sydney.

13 thoughts on “ten confessions

    1. I never know if I should read into my dreams too much – I think it’s just my overactive imagination expressing itself! I wouldn’t know what to think otherwise…..it’s all a little bit ‘Inception’! thanks for commenting xox

  1. And that’s why I love you! As for the inkblot I see Superman checking for spinach or a car door in his teeth in the mirror.

  2. Geez Melly, I didn’t know about your OCD. I thought mine was bad…..
    Funny that you have to do things in even number. I always need things to be done in odd numbers.

    And yes, I think because you read and watch such a massive variety of stuff, that’s why you have such vivid dreams! Also apparently you dream lot if you have plenty of Vitamin B in you!

  3. A confession of my own: I had the morning off to go to a doctor’s appointment…I could have been back at work by 10:00am, but instead I spent the rest of the morning running personal errands, eating fast-food and reading in my car; I got to work at 1:00pm.

    As for your Rorschach test, I simultaneously see two students (or backpackers) about to kiss as well as an artistic rendering of a closeup of an anatomical part belonging only to the female of the species.

    1. OK, so I take this question in two ways;
      – scariest movie I ever saw was ‘silent night, deadly night’ when I was 13. my BFF Gracie made me watch it and apart from being terrified and spending half of the movie outside singing loudly to myself so I didnt have to hear what christmas crimes were occurring in the movie, it horrifically scarred me to this day! I still occasionally have nightmares around christmas time that involve an axe-welding santa!
      – the best scary movie I ever saw *at the time* is a toss up between The Ring and The Hills Have Eyes. I can’t say for 100% that The Hills Have Eyes is the scariest ever because I had to go out of the room and listen to my iPod every half hour because I was that shit scared!
      what about you?
      PS – I may just do a post about this!

  4. I seem to go towards foreign horror movies more than any other. Two of my favorites are “A Tale of Two Sisters” which I believe is Korean…and [Rec] which is a Spanish film that the American movie Quarantine was based on.

    1. I can barely get through English/American horrors, but Ive seen a couple of Japanese ones and they are pretty good. I have seen Quarantine and that wasn’t too bad. I had to sleep with a light on after watching Paranormal .

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