Sherri 1. What would you kill for? What would you die for? I’m not sure if there’s anything that I could kill for, maybe to help someone. I think I would be willing to die before I’d be willing to kill, to protect my family or friends. Actually, I’d probably die if I tried to kill anyone, so they sort of go together. 2. What would you refuse to do under any circumstances? Why? I know this sounds like an easy out, but I wouldn’t compromise my morals. I know what’s right, and I know what’s wrong, and I couldn’t live with myself if I intentionally did something that goes against that. Oh God I sound so stupid 3. What do you dream about? Like, actual dreams? I have a lot of dreams about characters out of books, honestly. If we’re talking about goals, what I dream about for the future, it’s finishing my degree, getting a good job, having a family, things like that. 4. What’s your biggest fear? Being incompetent. Having someone depending on me to make the right choice and disappointing them by not knowing what I’m doing. 5. What single object you would be most hard pressed to part with? Why? I guess before I would have said my books, but now I think it would have to be the knife that Nina gave me while we were in France. I know it’s stupid since I don’t even know how to use it, but it makes me feel better to know that I have it for when things go crazy around here. 6. What is your fondest memory? The first time that I crawled into bed with Joss when she was little and having problems sleeping. I told her stories until she fell asleep and it was just really nice. One of those moments that really makes childhood a good thing to remember. 7. What is your worst memory?Aside from France When Dad told me that I was getting married and I had this sick, sinking feeling when I realized that there was no way to make him change his mind and I thought I’d have to spend the rest of my life with someone I didn’t even know. 8. What or who was your most significant influence? Expound. I’d have to say Mom. When I watched her, I realized how much easier it was to deal with people by being nice and treating them politely. Maybe that makes us both pushovers, but I’d rather be a pushover than rude. 9. What do you believe makes a successful life? No one can be happy all the time, but as long as you can be content with who you are, you’re successful. 10. What makes you laugh?Lately, it’s mostly to relieve my nerves. I’m not sure. Funny things, I guess? Sometimes I laugh at books I’m reading. 11. What are your religious views? I used to believe that there was a God who sent his son to die on the cross for our sins. I’m not really sure what I believe anymore, the world’s gotten so strange. 12. What is your greatest strength? I always try to be nice to people, regardless of how they treat me. 13. Do you have a fatal flaw? If so, what is it? Sometimes I might be too nice to the wrong people. 14. Who is the most important person in your life? Joss. Hands down. 15. If you died, who would miss you most? How do you think you'll die? I think Joss would miss me more than anyone else. And I’m not sure how I’ll die, but I hope it’s peacefully.