I do not have it all together. I doubt that I ever will. *I think that I’m at long last okay with this fact – I’d rather be interesting than perfect any day!*
I’m not a brilliant housekeeper. My house is not spotless. In fact, most of the time, at least one room of it is a complete disaster. Hubby is better at keeping the house neat, clean and organized than I am. Truthfully, if I’m organizing it’s probably because I’m procrastinating doing something else!
I am not a menu planning goddess who always knows what she’s serving for dinner. I do menu plan, but sometimes it gets thrown out the window. Sometimes Clever Preschooler has chicken nuggets, fish fingers, smiles and either peas or corn out of the freezer.
I am not now, nor have I ever been Canadian. I am American, more specifically, I am an Oregonian. Someday I may also be British, but not yet.
I should not be in school. . . I turn 29 this year, so my schoolgirl days are well behind me! If life had gone as planned I would be done with university as well, but I’m not and that’s okay. *I do have a place to study chemical engineering next year though!*
I am not really a young mom/young mum. I was 25 when my my dear son was born which happens to be the average age for first time moms/mums in the US. *This doesn’t mean that I didn’t feel like I was one though – I totally did!*
I am not good at budgeting, in fact I am crap at budgeting – I’m great at math and was great at accounting when I took it in high school, but I am crap it!
Based on Writing Prompt #2 – What do people always wrongly assume about you?