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OCD-dity and “Time Lapse Photography”


Eating chocolates…

Or any other wrapped candy, for that matter….

I forgot to take the first picture of my 3 candies. I was just too eager to get into them and begin satisfying my peculiar OCD habit of “log” making. There was a red one too when this all began 😉

You see, I like to take the empty candy wrapper and methodically roll it up into a neat little log……

It’s kind of a trademark…


My friends can tell when I’ve been to their house, because this is what they will find left behind somewhere……

A few friends have taken a while to find out what’s going on 😉


A little row of “logs” where I have been sitting…..

Haha! 😉

AJ ❤

6 comments on “OCD-dity and “Time Lapse Photography”

  1. Thumbup
    December 16, 2015

    How beautifully satisfying!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. annj49
    December 17, 2015

    Yes, the satisfactioninvolved in smoothing out the wrinkles, folding in the ends and rolling the paper up tightly is pretty cool. And then they are there to admire or play with for a while, whereas the sweetness of the chocolate is gone pretty fast 😉

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    • annj49
      December 23, 2015

      Thanks for the reblog!
      I appreciate it! 🙂

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