John Scalzi recently had an entry up, "10 (More) Things I've Done You Probably Haven't". I felt a bit timid about commenting with a list of my own, especially since lots of people seem to have hobnobbed with the great and nearly-great, but that's no reason not to do it here. Feel free to add your own list in the comments.
1. I have lived in a foreign country for over a quarter of my life. (Hannah has lived abroad for over half of her life now.)
2. I have stood on the roof of King's College Chapel at Cambridge University.
3. I got perfect scores on 2 out of 3 sections on the GRE, 4-1/2 years after graduating from college.
4. I have an acknowledgement for my copyediting work in Historiographia Linguistica.
5. I was once (at 26) the youngest presenter ever at a national conference for distance educators. (To be fair, my boss, quite a bit older than 26, was slated to give the presentation but had to leave due to a family crisis.)
6. By the end of next year, I will have a BA with a double major from an American university and an MA with a double major from a German university.
7. I worked a full 8-hour day on the day I went into labor with Hannah. She was a week overdue at the time.
8. I was the only person in my school year, in the whole city, to make all-region band in the 9th grade.
9. From the age of birth to 18, I lived in 5 places in 2 countries and 2 states. Since 18, I have lived in 11 places in Austin, 1 place in Sweden, and 1 place in Germany, for a grand total of 18 locations.
10. The only time I have ever been high was during dental surgery (when I became one with Gustav Mahler's First Symphony).