Blogger Confessions {XVI}

After a few months’ hiatus, I’m back with a new Confessions post! Woo!

Today’s confessions are all about my childhood – From daydreams to sport stories that even I laugh about.


{Workout Inspiration Pinterest Board}

In 5th grade I did a report on Michelle Campi, an Olympic gymnast who competed for the same gym as I did, and she lent me her Team USA competition leotard to wear for my presentation. #BestDayEVER {Additional confession: I wore it under my clothes all day…}

I was a tomboy as a kid and nearly cried when I had to buy a dress as a 4th grader to travel to gymnastics competitions. We had to “dress” for our plane trips and my long-suffering mother had to drag me around to find something suitable. I still remember the dress – It was an off white Henley material with flowers on it. This is especially funny given I’m SUCH a dress girl now…

My parents owned a bookstore while I was growing up in Sacramento so I spent my weekends sitting on the floor reading anything I could get my hands on.


{Wanderlust Pinterest Board}

My first international trip was to the Yucatan with my family when I was in 7th grade. The trip included scaling Mayan temples, getting the worst sunburn of my life, learning to snorkel, and eating primarily eggs & fruit for two weeks because I’d recently decided to become a vegetarian. Oh, and fun fact, I refuse to pose for pictures for the duration of the trip. I wasn’t a terribly pleasant teenager.

Growing up I wanted to be a doctor. And the first female president of the United States. Tsk. So strange that “Compliance officer” wasn’t at the top of my list…

Missed on the other Blogger Confession posts? Start here!


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