I Must Confess…5 secrets from my wardrobe
I must confess I myself was a little worried about this week’s prompt.
I originally set it as “what items of clothing are you most ashamed to have in your wardrobe?” Then I realised I really didn’t have anything to confess.
Now, don’t get too excited by that statement. I am certainly no fashion blogger and I do not have much fashion sense at all. But I have enough sense to not blindly follow today’s trends. And, as a consequence, I have to confess that my wardrobe is so boring that there really isn’t anything in there to warrant a confession!
So as I’ve been in spring-cleaning mode I decided to look deeper in wardrobe to see what else might be confession worthy. It turns out I didn’t have to dig that deeply at all…
Wardrobe Confession #1
I still haven’t completely unpacked from #PBEvent14, After six weeks. Yep, that’s bad.
Wardrobe Confession #2
We have had a bag of toys for the kids in the top of the wardrobe for over a year now. They came from our old house. I think the kids have probably outgrown most of them by now.
Wardrobe Confession #3
Would you believe there is a dinosaur in there?
Wardrobe Confession #4
You can also find a collection of creepy dolls on our shelf…
Wardrobe Confession #5
Okay, maybe there is one item of clothing that doesn’t often see the light of day. It’s usually only used for exercise and there hasn’t exactly been a lot of that happening around here lately. Foxy – not! So there are 5 confessions from the deepest corners of my wardrobe – what are you willing to share?
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