So you want to learn more about me? That is dangerous, now the veil will be lifted, and you will probably figure out (if you haven’t already) that I am not cool…like totally not cool.
I’m currently a 30-something mom (okay, closer to 40), who is married to a Dave, a long-suffering very patient man. Our only son, Logan is five and unfortunately for Dave has my emotional and social tendencies.
There are multiple things that I am working on including (but not limited to) weight loss, spending money, not focusing enough on the task at hand, reading more, etc.
This blog is a way for me to track my progress, or lack thereof and hopefully add value (yes, that is from #theminimalists) to other people’s lives.
A few other facts about me (strange or otherwise) to help my readers get to know
me….if you know me in person please feel free to send me any relevant facts I missed.
- I have no eyebrows. Okay, I do have them, but they are super pale.
- I love, love, LOVE Kate Middleton, a little too much for an adult.
- After University, I worked for a hockey team, the London Racers in London England. I drank way too much and had an incredible time.
- I talk to my sister Rebecca, AT LEAST five times a day…Dave would say this is a very conservative estimate.
- Besides Rebecca, I have two other sisters who I do not speak to multiple times a day because they are younger and much cooler.
- Besides Logan, my nephews (Carter and Cohen) run my life. I’m joking, I’m obviously in control…okay not really.
- When I was in University, my goal was to be a sports reporter. There may even be a demo tape in my possession of me interviewing the Senators. This tape is probably as embarrassing as a sex tape.
- I don’t drink coffee. Only tea.
- When I was a pre-teen, I only wore ugly Toronto Blue Jays t-shirts. I loved the Jays and still do, although I try not to where these fashion statements outside the home.
- I hate vegetables. I am not exaggerating here if I never had to eat broccoli, green beans or lettuce again I would not complain. As you can imagine, my lack enthusiasm regarding vegetables made our month of Whole 30 very challenging.