I thought I'd add something about me.
I could do this as a small book, considering my upbringing, but have decided to spare you my trials and tribulations!
Hence, I settled for this ...
I was born under dramatic circumstances, when my twin sister decided to enter the world bum first, with the cord wrapped around her neck.
Not wanting to be left alone in the dark by myself, I further complicated the situation by grabbing her legs and refusing to let go, which also helped to tighten the cord further. I believe that I was simply pulling on the light cord to dispel the darkness.
Thus, two twin sisters were born by 'c' section, on a cold, November day, at tea time.
My sister, who has subsequently accused me of attempted murder at every opportunity, got her revenge on me, by playing 'Bam! Bam!' on my head when we sat in the pram. Me in front and unable to defend myself, and J, sitting behind.
Mum eventually got fed up of J trying to knock some sense into me - realising that it was a hopeless task - and swapped our positions.
Even then, with me now sitting behind J and in striking distance, I did not retaliate, as I am a caring, thoughtful, individual - although it may have been more to do with having been knocked senseless on a regular basis, and having my brain scrambled.
Alas! Our mother, though, forgot to strap J in to the pram, and one day whilst in a rush, stopped suddenly at the kerbside of a main road that she was in a hurry to cross.
Although the pram ground to a halt, J did not, and was propelled with speed into the road, landing by the kerb.
Our experiences have taught us to be careful in the dark, and to avoid speeding prams - which I believe has stood us in good stead.
Going to my school was an education in itself. Which is not to be confused with actually getting an education (Schultz)