If this was my beer and it tasted good or pretty good i would bottle it
+1 Bottle it up! No harm in a little practice!
From what you described, the spots on top could
be an infection. It could be floating bits of trub/hop particles/etc. too - pics would help. Though if you're infected, you can normally smell/taste it first.
I would check the carbonation of one bottle after a few days. Here's why:
You didn't give a whole lot of info about your yeast, so I'm not sure if it dropped out early or if the beer just has that much unfermentable sugar (which isnt too say that you have too much - esp if it tastes good!)
Usually carbonating bottles take 1-2 weeks to develop the right amount of CO2. If you notice the bottles carbonate rather quickly (< 1 week) or if they get much 'fizzier' than you expect, you may have extra sugar leftover that your primary yeast didnt take care of. It probably isnt enough to cause an explosion, but if this is the case, you should drink them fast to be sure
. Tell your wife its for safety purposes...
Welcome to the hobby! Hope you're having fun!