True Confessions - Don't Judge

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  • LittleHearseDriver
    LittleHearseDriver Posts: 2,677 Member
    lstrat115 wrote: »
    I confess that I am sitting in an airport feeling very pukey because I jave never flown by myself before.
    Time to be a big girl

    Awww, I'll be thinking of you! I hope you have a window seat.
  • synchkat
    synchkat Posts: 37,369 Member
    FeraFilia wrote: »
    I aggravated an old ankle injury in a dumb way and have to take a break from running for a few days. I'm going to have to start c25k over and that makes me feel like a big fat failure.

    You body telling you to rest doesn't make you a failure. don't ignore injuries. I do and that's why I have all sorts of recurring ones because I never give myself a chance to heal. Let your body heal
  • Motorsheen
    Motorsheen Posts: 20,459 Member
    lstrat115 wrote: »
    I confess that I am sitting in an airport feeling very pukey because I jave never flown by myself before.
    Time to be a big girl

    Have a great trip.

    your flight, it's going to be just fine.... enjoy!
  • synchkat
    synchkat Posts: 37,369 Member
    edited March 2017
    lstrat115 wrote: »
    I confess that I am sitting in an airport feeling very pukey because I jave never flown by myself before.
    Time to be a big girl

    Is this for vacay? even if it's not just think of the fun and adventure that lies ahead. You can do it.
  • synchkat
    synchkat Posts: 37,369 Member
    jbirdgreen wrote: »
    I hate this athleisure trend. Workout clothes are for working out, dammit. Or if you're a mom with toddlers. You can do anything you damn well please if you deal with toddlers all day.

    It's my unpopular opinion, but it's my opinion.

    I hate it because they are now designing the clothes for you to laze around in them, which means they focus more on aesthetics rather than whether or not they are going to slide down your butt when you squat. I want to buy workout clothes for performance, not because they just look cute.

    While I like my workout clothes to be cute I also hate the trend to wear comfy clothes for everything. It's nice to dress nicely
  • ItsMeGee3
    ItsMeGee3 Posts: 13,255 Member
    I confess, My mom has dementia and I have little to no patience with her lately! I yelled at her today and feel terrible about it. Some things she cannot help but, other things, she can. She knows exactly which buttons to push!!!!

    Bad daughter!
  • LittleHearseDriver
    LittleHearseDriver Posts: 2,677 Member
    Glynn20 wrote: »
    I confess, My mom has dementia and I have little to no patience with her lately! I yelled at her today and feel terrible about it. Some things she cannot help but, other things, she can. She knows exactly which buttons to push!!!!

    Bad daughter!

    Being a caregiver can be hell. Take a deep breath, give her a hug, and maybe she'll go easier on ya.
  • RunHardBeStrong
    RunHardBeStrong Posts: 33,073 Member
    Kasner1975 wrote: »
    jbirdgreen wrote: »
    I hate this athleisure trend. Workout clothes are for working out, dammit. Or if you're a mom with toddlers. You can do anything you damn well please if you deal with toddlers all day.

    It's my unpopular opinion, but it's my opinion.

    I hate it because they are now designing the clothes for you to laze around in them, which means they focus more on aesthetics rather than whether or not they are going to slide down your butt when you squat. I want to buy workout clothes for performance, not because they just look cute.

    It's the uniform in my grocery store. It may be a requirement. I'm not sure.

    Athleisure wear is definitely a step up from the usual northern Canadian grocery store gear... hockey themed pj pants and crocs.

    Around her it seems to be fleece pajama bottoms and dirty t-shirts. Fyi, they even where this into our office for their eye doctor appt's, fleece pajama bottoms seem to intensify rotten crotch smell. It's horrible and I can't breath sometimes!

    Could have gone my whole life without knowing this.

    LOL I wish I could have gone my whole life without smelling it! I have actually asked a few really bad offenders to leave and not come back until they shower.
  • DeficitDuchess
    DeficitDuchess Posts: 3,099 Member
    Kasner1975 wrote: »
    jbirdgreen wrote: »
    I hate this athleisure trend. Workout clothes are for working out, dammit. Or if you're a mom with toddlers. You can do anything you damn well please if you deal with toddlers all day.

    It's my unpopular opinion, but it's my opinion.

    I hate it because they are now designing the clothes for you to laze around in them, which means they focus more on aesthetics rather than whether or not they are going to slide down your butt when you squat. I want to buy workout clothes for performance, not because they just look cute.

    It's the uniform in my grocery store. It may be a requirement. I'm not sure.

    Athleisure wear is definitely a step up from the usual northern Canadian grocery store gear... hockey themed pj pants and crocs.

    Around her it seems to be fleece pajama bottoms and dirty t-shirts. Fyi, they even where this into our office for their eye doctor appt's, fleece pajama bottoms seem to intensify rotten crotch smell. It's horrible and I can't breath sometimes!

    Could have gone my whole life without knowing this.

    LOL I wish I could have gone my whole life without smelling it! I have actually asked a few really bad offenders to leave and not come back until they shower.

    And their reactions, were?
  • DeficitDuchess
    DeficitDuchess Posts: 3,099 Member
    I dislike the, Girl Scout's Thin Mint cereal!
  • Pamela_43
    Pamela_43 Posts: 315 Member
    @Pamela_43 wrote: »
    I confess I treat all my wounds with diesel fuel and super glue.

    I cut my thumb really bad a few years ago, it needed stitches. But since I hate needles, etc, I super glued it shut. It worked

    LOL. That's awesome! I say it says right on the label that it bonds skin instantly, my husband says they weren't talking to me...ummm yes they were. :D
  • RavenLibra
    RavenLibra Posts: 1,737 Member
    I just want to go home and eat as much poutine as I can possibly stuff myself with.
  • Just_J_Now
    Just_J_Now Posts: 9,551 Member
    I'm craving Pizza, or Chinese Food, or Pasta. Darn, why don't I ever crave kale or lettuce or celery.
  • RunHardBeStrong
    RunHardBeStrong Posts: 33,073 Member
    Kasner1975 wrote: »
    jbirdgreen wrote: »
    I hate this athleisure trend. Workout clothes are for working out, dammit. Or if you're a mom with toddlers. You can do anything you damn well please if you deal with toddlers all day.

    It's my unpopular opinion, but it's my opinion.

    I hate it because they are now designing the clothes for you to laze around in them, which means they focus more on aesthetics rather than whether or not they are going to slide down your butt when you squat. I want to buy workout clothes for performance, not because they just look cute.

    It's the uniform in my grocery store. It may be a requirement. I'm not sure.

    Athleisure wear is definitely a step up from the usual northern Canadian grocery store gear... hockey themed pj pants and crocs.

    Around her it seems to be fleece pajama bottoms and dirty t-shirts. Fyi, they even where this into our office for their eye doctor appt's, fleece pajama bottoms seem to intensify rotten crotch smell. It's horrible and I can't breath sometimes!

    Could have gone my whole life without knowing this.

    LOL I wish I could have gone my whole life without smelling it! I have actually asked a few really bad offenders to leave and not come back until they shower.

    And their reactions, were?

    They left and came back clean, they honestly didn't say much. I am sure they were embarrassed, I did it in private in a closed exam room but seriously the stench was so horrible I was gagging with the door closed before the exam procedure could even start. I have no bad feelings over it. It's not rocket science to at least clean the hot spots before going out in public.
  • FeraFilia
    FeraFilia Posts: 4,664 Member
    I confess I was apparently a little too naughty and got in trouble.