Who wants some of my chair?

17 December
I'm Sarah, I'm an undercover agent for the FBI and have my own helicopter in the back yard. I know seventeen different variations of martial arts, am a fully paid-up member of the grammar police, can kill a man with a carefully directed stare and speak forty nine languages.

Actually, that may be a slight exaggeration. One of those statements may be true.

Wish it was the one about the helicopter, though.

Hobbies involve writing, online role playing, the occasional run through the countryside killing things on WoW, reading, reading, reading, running around in forests and woods with swords and bows killing my friends several times a year...but nothing practical, y'know?

I like music. I have a very eclectic playlist, with everything from Puccini through to Pearl Jam and beyond (there's even a thrash metal track on there called 'Church of the Apocalyptic Lawnmower', I kid you not.

I live in England. Someone has to. I have, however, lived here all my (embarrassingly long) life, although I've moved around quite a lot and am presently resident in the North East. Which is nowhere near London. And no, I don't know Mrs. Smith from Croydon.

TV shows I have watched and loved include (but are not limited to): Stargate: SG-1, Stargate: Atlantis, Supernatural, Dead Like Me, The Big Bang Theory, The Dresden Files, Traveler, Being Human and Reaper.

I have insanely schoolgirl crushes on a number of people, most notably David Tennant, Callum Blue and Aaron 'Can He Really Be That Tiny' Stanford. One day I may become an adult, but I doubt it.

I have an off-the-wall sense of humour and will often sit laughing at things that nobody else finds funny. Usually in the cinema. 'Galaxy Quest' was a nightmare for me because being such a sci-fi geek, I found bits of it funny that nobody else did.

Oh - I work in a hospital. It's a lot less interesting than you might think.

I could wax lyrical about my many, many achievements, but that would take no time at all, because there aren't any worth speaking of.

Oh, I lie. Jamie is an achievement. He's my son. He's eleven years old and has more charisma in his little finger than a lot of adults I know.

In short - I'm a normal person who does the occasional extraordinary thing, but that's out of coincidence rather than planning.

I'm of above-average intelligence, but you'd have a hard time believing it.