I've always been a tom boy ever since I was a young tot.
I would much rather be playing sports when I was younger than doing girly things. My hair was always in a ponytail. I had straight across bangs up until 6th grade. I would wear comfy or jogging/athletic pants rather than wearing cute clothes (even though my mom said I was still super cute; but I guess moms are just like that).
Except for shoot a gun, but he did teach my how to throw a punch.
Even though I've grown up and have become somewhat of a girl, I still feel like I suck at being one. And here's why...
- I cannot tweeze my eyebrows. My sister can vouch for me because she tells me every time I'm at home.
- My makeup consists of only mascara, if I am wearing any, and has always been like that since I discovered makeup in 7th grade.
- SPORTS. I love playing sports. Watching sports. Learning about sports. In fact my dream job is to work in the sports industry.
- I never knew how to do my hair. I finally I got the hang of it my sophomore year of college
- Aren't girls supposed to be really good at cleaning? If so, I'm terrible at cleaning. But this could also attribute to my being lazy
- I actually hate shopping and I don't know to pair items together with accessories. My idea of an accessory is a scarf, and I have a ton of those bad boys.
Now that I've given you reasons why I suck at being a girl, I still am a girl and a few things could prove that.
- My favorite color is pink. I know, stereotypical girl color.
- Monograms. I'm completely obsessed
- My crafting skills. I don't want to toot my own horn but my creative and crafting skills are pretty bangin'. My thinking is, the more glitter the better. Am I right?
- After my ability to do hair quickly vanished, I figured out how to use a straightener into a curling iron and fell in love with a teasing comb. The higher the hair the closer to God? Exactly
- I love wearing dresses and maxi skirts more than life itself. Moreso because it flatters my body type way more than jeans and a T-shirt, but if I could I would much rather wear a dress than any other item of clothing.
- Like all little girls (and big girls) I'm a Disney Princess. Well not really, but I wish I could be so I guess that makes me a girl.
Can anyone relate to me on this one? I feel like I can't be alone.