I am married to the only woman I ever dated.
I once wrote a budget that was in excess of 17 million dollars, for a project that was never funded.
I have a doctorate in Molecular and Medical Genetics, but I nearly failed introductory molecular biology.
If I had been born a girl, I would have been called Rachel.
I have been mentioned twice in a major electronic music magazine.
I once played the part of Sid Sawyer in a musical version of Mark Twain’s Tom Sawyer.
I worked for three years in a place where I had access to a variety of controlled substances.
I have traveled to only eight of Canada’s ten provinces, and none of the Territories.
I have never been east of Paris, or west of Vancouver Island.
I once used a microscope belonging to a Nobel Prize Laureate.
As far as I know, I have never broken a bone.
I have written a piano waltz, a jazz quartet, and a piece for solo clarinet. None of these has ever been performed on the instruments they were intended for.
I live only a few minutes from a very large amusement park, which I’ve never visited.
I lived in Wales for a year.
I have never had a nickname that I didn’t give to myself.
At the age of eight, I was a fairly decent soccer player.
At the age of 16, I was a very slow cross-country runner.
I have been on local television.
I was once in charge of maintaining two websites.
The worst sports injury I have ever had was sustained in a non-competitive, recreational softball league game.
I could have entered university as a clarinet major.
There exist recordings of me playing synthesizers, piano, harmonica, electric, acoustic and bass guitar, and bongos.
I love using the Oxford comma.
In the past, I have done research on antibody genes, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
I am a published author.
I have two budgies that are older than my children.
I studied the behaviour of millimetre-long nematode roundworms for a while.