32 San Francisco, United States
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My self-summary
In the spirit of full disclosure, I'll confess now that I'm not a cool, laid back west coast Californian...I'm not even an edgy, sharp east coast type...but I am from the "east east coast", over in Ireland. I enjoyed a fantastically happy childhood growing up in the beautiful Northern Irish countryside with my parents, brothers and dogs before crossing the Irish sea to study in Cambridge and then I was off to London to find gainful employment. After five years in the big smoke my firm offered me an opportunity in San Francisco and it wasn't a terribly difficult decision to make the move here at the start of the year.

Growing up as a country girl, I love the outdoors and will have a bash at pretty much any sport. Tennis is definitely my game of choice and feel utterly spoilt that I now have the weather to play all year round. Resigned myself long ago, however, to fact that my tennis skills peaked at 13 and I'll never again be able to play seven days a week and like I did then! In terms of spectator sports, I'm a pretty avid rugby fan having grown up in a household where it came close to being a religion. Always open to new things though and trying to get to grips with all these crazy American sports!
What I’m doing with my life
Living the Californian dream having transferred here from London with work.
I’m really good at
modest self-deprecation...
The first things people usually notice about me
My accent - being told by Irish people I sound English, being told by English people I sound Irish, and being told by Americans I sound English, Irish or Australian! And sometimes my blue eyes...
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
My movie and book preferences tend to be a bit vintage and varied...from Gone With The Wind to Gladiator and from The Illiad to Little Women to One Day.
The six things I could never do without
Family, rugby, chocolate, movies, holidays and gin