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Sunday Stealing: I've Come to Realize

Today we ripped this meme off a blog and blogger known as UKOK. She explains that she was tagged by Val on Facebook. But, it was probably stolen there as well. So, of course, that will be as far as we go. Tracing back our theft's thieves might take some time. Link back to us at Sunday Stealing!

Cheers to all us thieves!

1. I’ve come to realize that my chest-size. . . hasn't changed

2. I’ve come to realize that my job. . . is something I am getting out of first chance I bump into

3. I’ve come to realize that when I’m driving. . . I get a thrill from overtaking lorries, kinda stupid I know

4. I’ve come to realize that I need. . . to shake myself awake and get cracking with whatever it is I wanna do

5. I’ve come that realize that I have lost. . . more for not daring and risking

6. I’ve come to realize that I hate it when. . . I am procrastinating

7. I’ve come to realize that if I’m drunk. . . I go to sleep swearing never to get drunk again ( got drunk only once though in this entire little life)

8. I’ve come to realize that money... does make you happy

9. I’ve come to realize that certain people. . . who are genuinely happy do exist

10. I’ve come to realize that I’ll always. . . be a country girl at heart

11. I’ve come to realize that my sibling(s). . . no realization here. I'm an only child

12. I’ve come to realize that my mom… is choleric-phlegmatic

13. I’ve come to realize that my cell phone. . . is switched off right now so nobody from work bothers my lovely weekend

14. I’ve come to realize that when I woke up this morning. . . my dream was cut mid way

15. I’ve come to realize that last night before I went to sleep. . . I said in my bedtime prayer, "just once, Lord and it's not the song. Nitey-nite. Just once."

16. I’ve come to realize that right now I am thinking. . . of calling an office in London and a cousin in Cannes

17. I’ve come to realize that my dad. . . died playing chess

18. I’ve come to realize that when I get on Facebook. . . I haven't sorted my account

19. I’ve come to realize that today. . . is Sunday and therefore I'm going to enjoy it!

20. I’ve come to realize that tonight. . . I wanna skim Harry Potter 6.

21. I’ve come to realize that tomorrow. . . is a holiday in Thailand, hurray!!!

22. I’ve come to realize that I really want to. . . love someone I can't have

23. I’ve come to realize that the person mostly likely to repost this is. . . someone who wants to talk about coming to a realization...

24. I’ve come to realize that life. . . is good despite a few troubles, and I appreciate being alive

25. I’ve come to realize that this weekend. . . I should tidy up my room a bit and then I'm happy

26. I’ve realized the best music to listen to when I am upset. . . is classical; it soothes both brain and heart

27. I’ve come to realize that my friends. . . are few but they're real

28. I’ve come to realize that this year. . . I should make at least one thing happen; one but big

29. I’ve come to realize that me exes. . . are exes for a reason

30. I’ve come to realize that maybe I should. . . dare and risk more

31. I’ve come to realize that I love. . . my hopes and dreams

32. I’ve come to realize that I don’t understand. . . the complexities of a romantic relationship

33. I’ve come to realize my past. . . is very colorful, it could be a novel

34. I’ve come to realize that parties. . . sometimes induce rather than relieve stress

35. I’ve come to realize that I’m totally terrified. . . of none at the moment

36. I’ve come to realize that my life. . . isn't this similar with #24?


Anonymous said…
33 - I want to read that novel. :p

Have a great week!!
Bing Yap said…
happy sunday! i loved all answers here. =)
Marites said…
I have been telling myself that with #4. I have been planning to skim harry potter 6 as well 7 too.
I am Harriet said…
Good answer- you're an only child.
You're probably better off in many ways.
Lana said…
don't ya hate it when your dreams get cut halfway??? LOL

well only drunk once huh?? That is smart!
Great answers!
Becca said…
I kind of feel the same way about #2...except I love my job and dislike my boss. I am hoping to outlast her!
Anya said…
You have always sooooooo funny answers ..... LOL
It makes me SMILE :)

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