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31 F Peterborough, United Kingdom

My Details

Last Online
Today – 12:05pm
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body Type
Strictly vegetarian
Christianity, but not too serious about it
Gemini, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from two-year college
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Has kids
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), French (Poorly), Spanish (Poorly), Latin (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Time for a revamp OKC...

Apparently I just want to love people. And I have a smile that threatens to eat my entire face. I get overexcited about relatively small things, especially thoughtful gestures, surprises, happy people and badgers.

I talk too much, and am usually far too open and say too much as well. I wear my emotions on my face, and wipe them on my sleeve. This has proved to be a disadvantage at work on occasions, but is always amusing. I am, however, learning to tame the inner me and put on the poker face of executive joy...

I will move mountains for those I love, who are many in number. I will move mountains for total strangers if they are good people with mountains in their way.

I make awesome cups of tea (so long as they are either Earl Grey, black, one sugar; or PG Tips, very milky with one sweetener - the rest I have yet to master).

There are too many paragraphs here beginning "I", which is bad form. Although it is a self-summary, so I guess it's inevitable that it will be self-centered.
What I’m doing with my life
I spend quite a lot of time at work (don't we all), but I really enjoy my job. I actually get paid to be a smart arse. :-) I also have my two little people every weekend, which keeps me out of mischief. When I do get free time, I have given up being spectacularly bad at ice-skating in favour of being the village idiot at a pub quiz, pilates, swimming, entertaining, going out, reading books (usually technical ones), letting a good film go in one ear and out the other, sketching, singing in the kitchen, talking to a cake, lounging in the bath, pretending I can still play Schumann's Piano Concerto in A Minor, or molesting Mssrs Pillow & Duvet.
I’m really good at
My favourite birthday card sums it up:

Damn right I'm good in bed. I could sleep for days.

Being fickle about leisure activities (quite easily bored), falling flat on my ar$e on the icerink, getting fits of the giggles for no apparent reason, befriending lost souls, drawing, singing, playing the piano, listening and talking, eating, drinking wine (a skill of which I am particularly proud), inventing new and embarrassing dance moves. I am also a bit of a grammar nazi.

I have recently discovered that I am very good at staring very intently at absolutely nothing and making other people look too...

Finding pieces of Lego that otherwise elude 8 year old boys. Usually with the sole of my foot.

Parallel parking in ludicrously small spaces without parking sensors.

Spending a fortune on tyres as a result of the above.
The first things people usually notice about me
That I look too young to do my job.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: one all time favourite sticks out and that is One Hundred Years of Solitude. To a God Unknown, Small is Beautiful, plenty good books.

Films: Pirates of the Caribbean; Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas; Anchorman; Role Models; Lord of the Rings; Star Wars (all); the Princess Bride; Transformers. Anything with Johnny Depp or Will Ferrell is as instant win. Apart from Megamind, which was just ridiculous. I also have a secret penchant for Disney. And Ariel is prettier than Jasmine. There is no argument.

Shows: Glee!; Made in Chelsea; Brothers & Sisters; Ringer (it's got Buffy!!!!); Fringe; The Secret Circle; Todd and the Book of Pure Evil; anything funny

Music: Most things, not heavy metal or rocky stuff though really. Spent a lot of my yoof playing and singing with various orchestras and choral groups, so have an appreciation for most things classical. I listen to Kiss quite a lot too, which may be indicative of my 2nd pending midlife crisis and borne out of a need to be down with the kids...

Food: Aubergines, cheese, pizza, bread, butter (love butter!) to name but a few. And halloumi... Don't have much time for sweet things, or chocolate (unless it's inside Mini Eggs). Milk on its own is the devil's beverage.
The six things I could never do without
I will rename it to the six things I hope I will never have to be without:

- My beautiful beautiful children. Miss them a lot now I don't see them every day
- Friends
- Birdsong
- A reason to laugh
- Bed
- Fizzy water
On a typical Friday night I am
Catching up with my children after a week away, being sleepy and having an early night. :-) Do all my social life thing during the week when the children are with their dad.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I still sleep with a cuddly toy from when I was a child. Ssssshhhhhh... I blame the boarding school and resultant separation anxiety...

I sometimes have to shave my big toes! :-o
I’m looking for
  • Guys who like girls
  • Ages 26–40
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
First and foremost, you are Oliver Queen from the new Arrow series' doppelganger... You really really _must_ message me.

Secondly, if you intend to just cancel your account a propos nothing at all midway through a conversation, please don't bother messaging me at all. It really pisses me off!

And for all others:

If you too abuse the humble exclamation mark and ellipses...!

You have an awesome plan to somehow whisk me away from my life to warmer climes whilst still enabling me to do a good job and see my children at weekends. - It's ok - I now have this plan in the bag - check me out!

You too would like to end the incessant apostrophe abuse that goes on in this country. Join me on my secret mission to erase superfluous ones from blackboards across the City... - I no longer work in the City, so my mission is over!

You are truly exceptional. At something. Anything. - OK, I do still find talent the single biggest turn on...

You would like to!