I’m a 30 something wife and mother. I’m originally from Strasbourg, France but have been in the US since 1998. I grew up all over the world and the US is my 11th country to live in and this is the longest I’ve been in one place. I’m the oldest child and have a brother and a sister. My brother has a PhD in computer something or other. He’s living in Paris and will be getting married in May 2011! My sister is a nursing student in Strasbourg, France and has one more year to go! (You can do eeettt!!). She got married in August 2010.
The love of my life was born in California and moved around as a kid. Finally, his family wound up in Oklahoma. He works as a 911 operator and is working towards becoming a teacher but before being able to quit his job for the student teacher (frightening thought!), I have to finish my school work and find a job. He’s a wonderful dad to our 9 year old and in a lot of ways has more patience with her than I do.
I became a US Citizen on July 8th, 2009 and hold dual citizenship. The kiddo has dual citizenship too.
English is not my native language. I started learning English when I was 6. We lived in Sydney, Australia. For some reason, my brother, sister, and I started speaking English amongst ourselves but we speak French to our parents. It just happened and we get a lot of confused looks.
I’m a zoology student at Oklahoma State University and right now, I have to commute to Stillwater ever day for school. A few more long months to go!
I don’t really twitter but I do facebook! I’ve tried the whole twitter thing and I just don’t like the limitations of it all and I find it hard to keep up with all the happenings. I love facebook!
I’m a fibro/cfs sufferer and try not to let it run my life but I have to face the fact that I do have to adapt and I try my best to stick to a schedule. I went to a new doctor this year and it has changed my life. I’m not there yet but much closer than a year ago.
Our lives were pretty much planned out and then the economy went to pot so I’m not sure if things will work out like we were thinking (do they ever?) but we trust the Lord and we know He’ll show us where we’re supposed to go and what we’re supposed to do.
That’s it in a small nutshell.