I took this one on as a free writing challenge. If you feel like this represent me as you got to learn to know me through my posts, let me know and I’ll copy it to a new and fresh English ‘About’ page. If you feel you’re missing something crucial about me that you want to know before you would commit to following my blog, please let me know too. Here it goes!
Hi there! I’m so happy you’re were curious enough to go and check out who’s behind this personal blog. You may already have found out that I am an omnivorous enthousiast, writing about parenting, food, fitness and going out and about with kids. It’s just me to a T: I don’t like it, I love it, I love it all and I love all of it. The Facebook like thumb is way to modest for my taste.
Same goes the other way around though: I don’t dislike it, o no, I hate it, I denounce it, I despise it. I try to keep it civilized but I can’t help having those strong opinions. And I’m too loud mouthed to keep it in. The laughter that is. And okay, my opinions too. Oh, and don’t forget the tears. I cry over watching soap operas is how melodramatic I am. But I’m digressing. Where are my manners? Let me introduce myself properly.
My real life name is Irene, but you may call me Finkelstein. Being a mom of two boys really woke the Queen Bee in me as I’m being worshipped by all the men in my household. Too bad worshipping doesn’t equal obeying! Planning in general, family planning in particular isn’t really my talent and now I’m stuck with a toddler and a teen. I don’t know why I thought that was a good idea. O wait, I didn’t think about that one. On the other hand, I have a lot of ideas. I ooze ideas that I love to try out. That is why some may call me impulsive, short attention spanned or whimsical. Whatever. I call myself a hyperfocused and serially committed action heroine.
Finkelstein and Sons is first and foremost a journal of all of my whims: running or cycling or photography or vegan food or baking or writing or traveling or challenges or whatnot. A lot of them are family related, but as a true Queen Bee I write about family free stuff too. Life is just too much fun to only be a mom. On the other hand, I want to record those moments that in retrospect will proof that a life with boys is a joy. Even when it’s not. Because it is.
You made it to here, yay! I’m humbled and happy you made it this far down the page. So why not take the next step and follow this blog? Press follow if you have a WordPress account or subscribe with e-mail.
I’d hug you in real life, but for now it’s just a
xoxo – Irene
3 thoughts on “About Finkelstein”
I love reading you. Your line ‘worshipping doesn’t mean obeying’ is so relatable hahaa! Keep writing good posts
Don’t forget to get to add ‘have a sense of humour’ in your description too ☺️. I think your blog is great!
The Love of My Life will laugh is ass off hearing you say that as he think he’s the funny pants of the house! Thank you for the compliment!