About Lucy

This is where I'm supposed to write something witty and fascinating about me, so I'll give it a go. My name is Lucy. But, of course, you knew that already.

26 and from the UK. Scouse not Swedish. Married to Scotty. Proud mummy to Sebastian. Shit taste in music. The fact I like Eurovision and am going this year might be a bit of a giveaway.

I have one brother, Michael, who I love and adore so much. My other brother, Paul, was killed in a car accident six years ago. He may have been a massive Kopite but I still adored him and I miss him taking the piss out of me. I do still listen to You'll Never Walk Alone in his memory and he'd have made a brilliant uncle. He was only 24 when he died and it's still hard to believe he's not here with us. It's the reason I don't want to learn to drive. The thought of getting behind the wheel of a car scares the living crap out of me.

I've been in a relationship with Scott for about five years or so. We got married last year and I love being Mrs. Evans. It's easier for people to spell as well. Trust me, the amount of people who spelt 'Sanderson' wrong was ridiculous!

I'm a season ticket holder at Everton FC. I've even followed them away, both at home and abroad, and they do my head in at times but I wouldn't have it any other way.

Things I like include St Helens RLFC, FC Copenhagen, Malmö FF, Sweden's national football team, the Welsh national rugby union team, Scandinavia, tennis, Sebastian Larsson, my two wonderful boys and being with family and friends.

Things I dislike include Chelsea FC, Wigan Warriors, Brøndby IF, England's national football and rugby union teams, Louis Suárez, bright pink kits, inappropriate football and rugby chants, discrimination of any kind, rubbish referees and the Twilight series. Who even LIKES that shite?!

That's about all you need to know about me for now. If you'd like to know more, you can leave me a comment here. Alternatively, you could always follow me at Twitter or check out my Last.fm page (if you haven't already). I love meeting new people.


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