Things We’ve Always Wanted To Do ft. Elm!!!


Weird Things We'veAlways Wanted To Do ft. Elm

Greetings peeps!

I hope you’re having a great day!! I am! More like WE ARE! Why? Because today’s post is a collab yaaaaaaaaay it’s unbelievable but the last collabs were some weeks ago! What?

Today I’m with the amazing, lovely and super friendly Elm!!! I’m really excited to have her here because it’s unbelievable how we’ve known each other for 3 years now through blogging however we’ve never got to do a collab together. I’m so happy we’re doing so today! ERRYBODY FOLLOW HER BLOG IF YOU AREN’T ALREADY FOLLOWING!

In this collab we are going to talk about weird thins we’ve always wanted to do, yaay!! I shared 6 things here on my blog and she shared other 6 on hers! Let’s go!!

Weird Things We’ve Always Wanted To Do:

Elm: Because I love nature, I’ve always wanted to go out by myself into the middle of nowhere, alone, with no one else around for miles. I’d probably go to a forest or to a really rural place. God knows how I’d get back but I feel like it’d just be so peaceful.

Me: I always wanted to read 10 books in a year. Hehe, not even close. I think so far this year I’ve read 4 and half. It’s not impossible so I can do it! I hope.

Elm: This is a weird one but I’ve always wanted to wear a corset. When I was around 10, I was obsessed with Victorian clothing and it only got worse as I started reading novels from that time. Even after I learnt about the complications that can arise from wearing one, I still want to do it one day. Just to see what it’d be like. People look at me weirdly whenever I tell them that but I’m determined!

Me: I always wanted to work at Disneyland. I still want to, kinda. I t would be fun, I hope it’s as cool and doesn’t disappoint me and kill all my childhood dreams, I don’t see why it should, but who knows?

Elm: Another more historical one is that I’ve wanted to play a harpsichord since I was 6 and my sister’s old piano teacher showed me the one that she’d had for years. They’ve always fascinated me, from the sounds to the fact that they’re kind of like a piano but much older. One of the pieces I studied in GCSE music had a harpsichord in it and I kind as fangirled. I have no shame any more.

Me: I also wanted to work at the airport, I don’t really know what my job would be really, but I always wanted to wear the crew members’ uniforms and talk to the passengers through a microphone. I just thought it would feel really cool to work there.

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And that was it!! I feel bad cause she talked more than I did lol but it’s fine I guess hehe

The other part of the collab which I told you about is on her blog, click here to check it out!

Share your thoughts with us!

What do you think of our dreams? Is any of our dreams something you actually also dreamed of? What are some things you’ve always wanted to do? Tell usssssssssss

I hope you liked this post as much as Elm and I did making it! Thank you so much Elm for collabing with me, this was really fun!! I hope you all have a wonderful day/night and week!

Massive Hugs!
Ana Regina 💜

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15 thoughts on “Things We’ve Always Wanted To Do ft. Elm!!!

  1. AAAAAA I’m so happy that we got to collab! It’s so odd that in three years of knowing each other, we haven’t once collabed but NOW THAT HAS CHANGED YAAAAY!!!! You are awesome, love you lots and thanks for having me!!! xx

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  2. Pingback: Weird Things We’ve Always Wanted to Do | Collab with Ana Regina! – Just Call Me Elm or Something

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