A fellow teacher once gave me the nickname "El Primo Guru Computero", and it more or less describes my role in FAS. I'm in charge of the computers and therefore the one teachers and students alike come running to when they can't get on the Internet or when nothing comes out of the printer no matter how often they click on "Print".
Besides being stuck most of the day with my nose inches away from a computer screen, I lend a hand running the school being the assistant headmaster. Luckily our headmaster is a very capable guy so he doesn't need much assisting, which gives me time to do some teaching as well. My subjects are Mathematics and, guess what, Computer Programming.
I'm 52, I play alto saxophone and I love music, jazz the most. I've been married for 32 years to the girl who swept me off my feet when I was 17 and we have five children. Her name is Amalía and she's a nurse at the local health care center. My eldest daughter's 34 in April, a computer programmer, my second daughter, 30 in March, a nurse, my third daughter, 27 in June, a geographer now working on her MS, my older son, 20, a student in FAS and my youngest son, 15 in May, still in primary school. I also have four grandchildren, three boys and a girl.
I swim almost daily and I ride bicycles and horses. Other sports I prefer to watch on TV. I'm a passionate KR-fan (Icelandic soccer club) and an Arsenal supporter.
I love to cook.