Sunday confessions Link-up.

Yo. Word to yo' motha. 

Guys, be impressed. I remembered at midnight to do my Sunday Confessions so that it'd be easier for you all to link up. I realize that I am speaking to you all from the future (well, most of you). That is yet another reason for you all to be amazed. That's right, these confessions are from (dun, dun, dun...) the future. 

That being said... grab yourselves a little button and get to sharing your confessions! 

1. Sometimes I'm scared to say what I really want to on my blog because I don't want mean comments. Most of the time I say it anyway, and I'm surprised to hear that the majority of people think what I say. I like it that I'm not the only one. 
2. I am fascinated by World War II. I know, I know... I'm a nerd. Whatever. I don't even like history, but I can't get enough of WWII. Maybe that's part of the reason I have such a fascination with Germany, but who knows?
3. I had a dream about my cat last night. What is wrong with me? I dreamed that I came home and my cat hated me. Issues? Destined to be a cat lady? Check and check. 
4. I feel the intense need to vent my frustrations with Katniss via social networks in the hopes that someone will discuss the 2nd book with me. Living in the middle of nowhere with no friends sucks. I actually called my mom yesterday [partially] just to vent about the book. This is one reason I am so excited about the blogger book club that Natasha Louise is starting. No, we will not be reading Hunger Games, but at least I'll have people to talk to about the books that we do read! 
5. I sometimes laugh like a weirdo. Actually, my 13th graders heard me guffaw, and they made fun of me for the next 10 minutes. Good thing I know how awesome I am and can take it. Ha! 

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Casey said...

I don't want to read the second Hunger Games now! I've read the first one and really enjoyed it but didn't want to read the next two because that would mean it's over. But now, now I don't want to read it because I'm afraid I'll start throwing the book.

P.S. I edit myself alllll the time because I don't want to offend people. Sometimes though, people need to be offended to realize they need to change.

Alana Christine said...

I'm always afraid of offending people, too! I tend to agree with your comments, though! lol

Also, I have a strange obsession with the Holocaust. Always have. I want to go to Auschwitz!

Unknown said...

I had a dream last night that when I go to work my bf dresses up and goes to Boots (a pharmacy) and stands around at the lipstick aisle to pick up girls. Weirdddd....AND when I woke up I was so mad at him haha.

I love everything about WW2 too. I went to Holland last year and visited the Anne Frank House. It was awesome!!

(got here through Erin's blog!) xx

Lish @ Imprintalish said...

I love your random confessions Alyx!!! A friend of min eis reading Hunger Games and I hear about it all the time, not sure if I want to jump in to it or not :D

Breenah said...

Your laugh made me giggle. And what the heck is "13th grade"?

Sarah {the fontenot four} said...

Ok, after all the Hunger Games talk I'm seeing, I must get those books. And 13th grade...I know it well. I grew up in Canada - actually, I think the province of Ontario (where I grew up) might be the only one that had 13th grade. I don't think they have it anymore.

Alex, Speaking Denglish said...

Can we go to the Hunger Games premiere together when it comes out in Germany? That would be LEGEN, wait for it, DARY!

Vapid Vixen said...

YES!!! That was awesome and it just so happens those are the very best kind of laughs because they're real.

Keri said...

My foot is always in my mouth! Maybe that's why I like parmesan cheese so much?! HA ewww

Mckenzie Jean said...

ughhh...I just went to a WWII museum. Its so fascinating! I'm a big history nut, and there are just certain time periods that just grab my attention for weeks at a time and I just can't help myself.

Dearest Lou said...

Haha. Nice confessions. I had a crazy dream about this fat cat and how it betrayed me. It's really long and won't make much sense unless I give you background information about my fear of all things rodent and Lilyputous (the fat cat) haha (;

Lauren Talon said...

New follower and another probable crazy cat lady ;) Love the blog lady!!

Heather said...

FIRST, I totally know what you mean about saying what you really want on your blog. It is scary sometimes, but I figure, I might as well be honest, right? :)

SECOND, I am also fascinated by WWII, so we are both living in a place that will allow us to learn more, which is awesome.

THIRD, I love your honesty. So, keep it coming!

Have a wonderful week, Alyx!

Amy Harris said...

i love world war II. sometimes i think it freaks people out because it enthralls me so. hitler... that man is a big fat crazy, but also very smart. it fascinates me.

if i had a dream about cats i think i would die. cats creep me out. i pretend to be allergic to them, maybe i really am.. who knows. but yes, no cats for me. and i'm very curious to hear your thoughts about the 2nd book... looking forward to that post. love.

Sara Louise said...

I'm a huge history nerd! Living in a place cloaked in history makes me seriously happy. The stories that people keep telling me about what happened in and around my village during WWII are crazy!! And I don't even want to think about the ghosts creeping around here. No. No thank you.

Anonymous said...

i have a realllllly weird WWII fascination too. i dont know why...probably because of all those dang books i read as a kid.

i also have a fascination with all things ex-soviet union. it is really unhealthy, i know.

Natasha Louise Taylor said...

I always get excited when you do videos, you are so awkwardly awesome!!
Thanks for mentioning my book club!

Anyway I have something to tell you, errrrm, I may or may not have had a dream where you blogged about being pregnant haha!!!! Just saying - crazy dream - shows I mean it when I say I love your blog though!

Maria Larsen said...

I want to go to grad school and do my thesis on WWII, or the germanic tribes...haven't decided yet. BUT I'm kind of obsessed with WWII as well.

Anonymous said...

Discuss away my friend!!! Now that we're close to the same spot... I wanna hear what you thought of book two!!! ;)

The Jacks said...

Hi :) Visiting from Tasmania, Australia. Found your blog via 'the days when i'm not a nurse.'
i am obsessed with the hunger games!!! Can NOT wait for the movie!
I am also obsessed with ww2 - i find it so fascinating, everything about it. :)

The Jacks said...

also - after stalking your blog a little i have discovered that you are a mormon - me too :)

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