Tuesday, December 9, 2014

External Fixation Device

What I hope this post brings is hope. As cheesy as that sounds, this is one of the hardest things I’ve ever been through in my life. I know there are kids, adults and many others out there seeking answers to this medical procedure. I also know there are close friends of mine who don't know very much about what happened. So here you go:

The surgery I had was due to a broken femur and growth plate. I broke my leg playing soccer at age 10 and for about four years, I had at least two surgeries a year. The last (major) surgery I had was when I was 14.

My Doctor at Primary Children's in SLC had to re-brake my leg. She cut the bone in half, and inserted 5 screws. These screws would then pull, stretch, and twist my leg to its correct length and position. The device they attached looked like a halo around my leg. At least, that’s what I called it: my halo. But the technical term for it is an external fixation device.

It’s hard to describe what this device looked like, so here are some pictures:

Looking at the device, it looks pretty crazy, right? the colorful poles are called "struts"
I would twist those, and they in turn would move the screw which would move my bone.
At the end of the six months, I duct taped them so they wouldn't move anymore. This was
taken on one of my last days with the device on.

Looking down onto the device brings back lots of memories. All those screws went half-
way through my bone. And EVERY night I (or my mom), would clean the pin sites to make sure
no infections or germs traveled down the screw into my bone.

My daily routine was pretty much set in stone. The mornings were ruff. Mainly because the pain killers I had taken during the night had generally worn off by then. I would eat some breakfast, and I never ate a lot. Just enough so I could take more pain killers. Most of my days consisted of watching TV. The worst of the six-month period was during the summer, so I had lots of free time to kill. The first month was very lazy. My dad bought a Wii that summer specifically because he knew I couldn't do much else besides that.

But I was an active girl. So after those first rough weeks of learning how to deal with metal sticking out of me, I tried doing knew things. I would have family members wheel me to the ball park down the street and watch some baseball or softball. One time my family even went to a local a theme park! I got to ride on a few of the rides where the device fit. I even went on a trip to Mexico! I got to play in the ocean and hang out in the pools. The only contingency from my doctor was that I had to make sure I cleaned my leg really well. So with that suggestion, I decided to go camping for an entire week with my youth church group too. We were in the mountains, two hours away from anything. I had a youth leader who made me sweatpants that fit over my bad leg so no dirt would get it. People liked to make fun of it at camp by saying, "Sherri, I heard we're going to have some lightening, you should stay inside so your leg doesn't get you burned up!" At that comment, I would go inside. I didn't want to be a lightning rod for the whole camp!

About three months in to the process, I started going to physical therapy. I hadn't bent my leg for three months so my muscle started to atrophy. My doctor was very worried. Most of her worry came from the fact that my leg was stuck straight. I could not bend it what so ever. It was a painful situation. All together I was in physical therapy for about 9 months working on my motion. After a year of painful, but hopeful, recovery, I was back to my old self.

Having an external fixation device is not something I would wish on my worst enemy. It took me out high school sports my freshman year, I spent more time driving to and from doctors appointments than I did almost anything else. I had more x-rays than I can count and patience was something I had to learn quickly. But it helped me heal, and that was the only way I was going to be healthy and happy. But it did not impede my entire life! I still went and had fun. I did cool things and I learned from it. So if you, or your child or friend or parent is having to go through it, don’t sweat it! Because if you can survive and external fixation device, you can survive anything! 

Sherri Riggs
-the Survivor Girl

If you have any other questions, or want to know more details about specific parts of the process, I'd be glad to answer them. Head to my contact page, or leave a comment!

Monday, December 8, 2014


Well, it's finals. If I've said it once, I've said it a million times. If I can survive finals, I can survive Survivor.

"What am I feeling?"
With all the anxiety and anger and hunger and sleep deprivation,
the only thing that makes sense is to become violent.

"I Quit"
At fist this whole school thing seemed like a good idea!...
Until it wasn't.

"Why is everyone so annoying?"

"Is it nap time yet?"
Yes I took two naps today. Is that a problem?

"I. Need. Another. RedBull."
If my heart explodes, you know why.

Sherri Riggs
-the Survivor Girl

Thursday, December 4, 2014


Every Survivor has a story that makes them different and sets them apart from the competition.

This is my story.

When I was ten years old, I broke my femur. I was playing soccer and I went to go shoot the ball when the goalie dove in and her HEAD hit my leg.

YES. Her head literally broke my femur.

The kicker here is that my parents did not think my leg was broken, they assumed I twisted it or pulled something. So I didn't go to the hospital for TEN hours. That's right. for TEN hours I was sitting at home on the couch... with a broken femur.

The only reason they decided to take me to the hospital was because I had to go to the bathroom. I could barely move the pain was so bad. We didn't have a wheel chair, so we made a make shift wheelchair out of an office chair.

Uh huh. An office chair. They decided we should probably figure out what was wrong at that point.

So we drove to the hospital. My parents carried me into the ER, and jokingly they said, "Sherri, when we get in, scream really loud. Then we can get you looked at faster!"

But there was no need to fake a scream because on the way in, my leg caught the sliding door of the ER.

As you can imagine, I screamed.

The ER nurse took me back straight away. They took some x-rays, and came back with the results.

The timeline here is a little foggy for me, the pain (or the morphine) has dimmed down what I remember from that point.

But after they came back with the results, my parents were visibly upset. I'm pretty sure they felt guilty for not taking me to the hospital earlier. The nurses and doctor were shocked that I had dealt with the pain so well and that no further damage had been done in that ten hour stretch.

Not less than an hour later, my father and grandfather gave me a little blessing before my emergency surgery.

I went in to the ER, and came back out with a HUGE cast on my leg. The cast went from the top of my femur to the top of my toes. That cast was put on just in time for summer! It went on in May, and came off in September. #bestsummerever!

Little did I know this would only be the beginning of the drama with my broken femur. Because not only did I break my femur once, four years later it would have to be re-broke.

But that is a story for a different time!

The moral of this is: If I can survive a broken femur with out any pain killers for TEN hours, then I can totally survive Survivor.

Sherri Riggs
-the Survivor Girl

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

#WCW: Amanda Kimmel

One of my favorite girls of ALL TIME to be on the show was Amanda Kimmel. I was younger when she was she on and I remember thinking to myself, "Wow, she is so pretty" "Wow... she is so athletic!" she was my absolute idol.

Amanda Kimmel was on THREE seasons of Survivor. THREE.

Her first season was Survivor China. She made it to the end and unfortunately received third place. But that didn't deter her from coming on the show two more times.

Her next appearance was on Survivor Micronesia. This was a somewhat bitter-sweet season for Kimmel. She was the first girl ever to find an immunity idol, which is the sweet. However, she ended in second place losing to Parvati Shallow, which is the bitter. BUT, she also started a relationship with my man Ozzy Lusth in this season! Can you say, Power Couple???

In her last appearance, Kimmel had her worst game yet. She was voted out in ninth place which landed her a spot on the jury. Although she was voted out early in the game, she was able to make a record as the first person EVER to spend 100 days on Survivor.

Kimmel paved the way for woman on the show. She is one of the greatest to ever play the game, and that is why she is my #WCW

Sherri Riggs
-the Survivor Girl

#WCW #Survivor

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

#MCM: Ozzy Lusth

My man Crush Monday is none other than the handsome, the wonderful, the great: Ozzy Lusth


Ozzy was on Survivor: Cook Islands, Micronesia and South Pacific.

He is also the one of the manliest men to EVER appear on the show.
Yeah Ozzy. You hold that coconut.

On Cook Islands he was the runner up. Jeff Probst was definitely a fan of him saying Ozzy was one of the best competitors and dominated in every aspect of the game. #MyMan

In Micronesia, Ozzy had a rough time. He was blind-sided by the beautiful, and super annoying, Parvati Shallow. He did not make it to finals but he made it onto the jury. And if you can't win the show or make it to the finals, then getting on the jury is next on the list.

Unfortunately, Ozzy didn't ever win Survivor. His last and final appearance on Survivor: South Pacific was not his friend. He had a rough time there, but made multiple moves that will go down in Survivor History:

  1. He made one ballsy move by telling his tribe to vote him out to redemption island, where he survived the entire season.
  2. Later he was able to re-enter the game, only to be voted out AGAIN. That's twice in one season. but once more, he dominated redemption island, beating everyone who attempted to challenge his wonderful prowess.
  3. He later re-entered the game and was voted out one final time. He was the last member of the jury, which rubbed salt on the freaking wound. #ouch. But no one had ever been voted out
    Lets all take a moment to revel in this man-bun glory
    THREE times in one season, in that way, he accomplished the impossible.
  4. However, his real saving grace was winning the "Sprint Player of the Season" finally winning something!
So unfortunately, Ozzy never won. But fortunately he graced us with his presence on not one, not two, but three Survivor seasons.

So from every person with eyes, to you, thank you. Thank you Ozzy for letting us view your all encompassing glory.

Sherri Riggs
-the Survivor Girl

#Survivor, #MCM, #ManCrushMonday, 

Thursday, November 20, 2014

What I Would Take to the Island

I'm nearly sure there is a question in the casting process that says, "If you could take one comfort item with you to the Island, what would it be?"

I've thought long and hard about this question, and I've come up with a list of finalists that would make it to the island with me.

1. Dr. Pepper. But not any Doctor Pepper, it would have to be a Dirty Doctor Pepper. That is where there is coconut flavoring mixed in with the normal drink. Ahhhhh it's divine!

2. Popcorn. Popcorn is one of my favorite food groups. I eat a bag a day. On a great day, I eat two.

3. Clean Underwear. After a few weeks of wearing the same bottoms every day, it would be refreshing to wear something clean down there. That's all I'm saying..

4. A Journal. I'm a journal-er. Every night I sit down and write pages on pages in my journal. If/When I'm Survivor, I would LOVE to be able to document my time there the way I do best!

What would you bring to the island with you? What would your ONE comfort item be?? I'm curious to see if my comfort items are way out there. Let's be honest, they probably are. I'm kind of an "out there" person.

Sherri Riggs
-the Survivor Girl

#Survivor, #SanJuanDelSur

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

5 Reasons Kim K could never make it on Survivor

Kim Kardashian can totally break the internet, but could she survive Survivor?
There are 5 reasons why Kim K could never be on Survivor:

1. Her one comfort item would be her phone

2. She would have no idea what she is doing

3. All the food would be gone the first day

4. This

5. At the first sight of a bug....

6. But in the end, It's all about the respect man. Respect.

Sherri Riggs
-the Survivor Girl

#KimKardashian, #BreakTheInternet, #PaperMagazine, #Survivor

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

I Can Survive Survivor

This is the first installment of "If I can survive ____, then I can survive Survivor!" 

1. I took a Walking Dead quiz and got 100% of the answers right.
If I can survive a zombie apocalypse, I can survive Survivor.

2. If I can survive the post graduation job application process, I can survive Survivor.

Anyone want to tell me how this "job cannon" works?

3. If I can survive not being married at age 21 in Utah, then I can TOTALLY survive Survivor.

Seriously, that should be a disclaimer for living in Utah.
"WARNING: If you aren't married before 22, don't bother"

4. If I can survive this:
I can survive Survivor.

5. If I can survive graduating from college, I can survive Survivor.

I technically don't gradate till December... Knock on wood.

Click back next week for installment #2 of "If I can survive _____, then I can survive Survivor!"

Sherri Riggs,
-the Survivor Girl

Monday, November 3, 2014

My, "Oh CRAP!" Moment

This post is my way of trying to save an application that I recently submitted to an employer in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Recently I pressed the submit button on an internship application and I thought to my self, "Wow! I am on my way!"

When I woke up the morning after, I realized I submitted the wrong information on the application. This employer had asked for two specific samples of my writing, what I ended up submitting was two links to general samples of my work. Some might appreciate that, but I want them to see the work I am most proud of. Because unfortunately, I am not proud of every single thing I've ever written! How embarrassing.

Is this the most professional way to go about saving my application? Probably not. BUT, I will get points for ingenuity and cleverness. You can't ever gain too many cleverness points.

So unless this employer has already viewed my blog and realized how crazy I am, then this is too late. But it's worth a shot! So here are two of my favorite stories I have written. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them :)

If I can survive the post graduation job application process , I can survive Survivor.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

I Want to be a Survivor Contestant for Halloween

Since Halloween is only a few days away, I thought I'd give some inspiration for some easy to make costumes for guys and girls. And I’m betting you already have these pieces in you closet; and that's the best last minute costume news ever!

The first costume is an actual Survivor contestant.

What you will need:

A buff. 

You can buy one online… OR you can chop up and old work-out shirt and keep the logo there so it looks like a buff. SO if you were on a coed soccer team in college and your team name was "the orange seahorses", make that old jersey your buff. BAM. The hardest part is done. 

Bikini top (for girls)

Don’t a have a bikini top? Well wear a sports bra, or a a bra-bra. Every survivor girl is a little “scandalous” so don’t worry about it. Plus it’s Halloween. no one will care!


Any short-shorts you own is perfect. But, the shorter the better!


Chaco’s, Nike’s, Tom’s etc. Whatever your choice of Survivor shoe is, where that.

MEN it’s your turn!
You can easily be a Survivor contestant with a make-shift buff and swimming trunks. 
You can be Jeff Probst!

What you will need:

A blue button up. Jeff Probst always wears a blue button up shirt.

Khaki shorts or pants.
Does this really need any explaining?

Tennis shoes.

How easy is that? Only three steps, and you are a Survivor contestant (or Jeff Probst)! Now go out and get your Survivor on my friends.

Sherri Riggs

-the Survivor Girl.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Reality Television Isn't Really Real

I have a friend whose name is Bryan. He is a naysayer of almost everything. So whenever he gets the chance, he decides to be the Devil's advocate on lots of our conversations. One his favorite Devil's advocate conversations is the realness of Survivor. He claims that none of it is real! Me, being a Survivor junkie and wannabe, asked him to write a guest a blog. He declined my offer (because he knows he is wrong), but gave me points to talk about. So this is from the point of view from a reality TV hater. #HatersGunnaHate

1. "Did you know that they don't even stay out in the wild? They sleep in hotels!"

The back story to this accusation is that Bryan once went to Samoa. It just happened to be the EXACT same time that Survivor was being filmed for Survivor: Samoa. He and his family were supposed to stay in a nice resort there, but Survivor had rented out the "whole place!" So naturally, Bryan decides from that one experience that no, they don't sleep outside, they sleep in hotels.
I am going to go out on a limb and say these are false accusations. The contestants stay in the wild while they are still on the island. HOWEVER when they are voted off, they do get to be wined and dined off the island.

2. "They totally get fed that whole time. There is NO way they can live off what they actually show us they eat."

Well Bryan, sorry to break it to you, but you are for sure wrong here. The only evidence I need to prove you wrong is weight loss. All of the contestants lose upwards of 20 pounds each season! They only get the rice and beans that are portioned out to them in the beginning. Then the occasional food challenge in which they get great dining experiences. Over all though, no. No they do not get to eat whatever they want on the island.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

The Survivor application

What does the Survivor application look like? Well, here you go! Now you can look at one that has been filled out all the way, and you can know what to expect. 
Everything on here is 100% true, because lying is bad. Especially the part about my home address. 100% true.

First Name: Sherri

Last Name: Riggs

Email Address: riggssherri@gmail.com 
Home Address: Hogwarts

Applicants City: Orem 

What State: Utah

Home Phone: 867-5309

Cell Phone: 555-1021... I guess if you can find out the the first 6 numbers to my actual number, go ahead and text me or something. 

Occupation: Soon to be graduated student!

Birth Date: 6/22/1993

Height: 5’7 and three quarters. So… 5’8 for sure.

Weight: 145

Gender: Female

Hair color: Brunette (but blonde at heart ;))

Ethnicity: Caucasian

Highest Degree of Education: Almost a BS in Communication

Name of last School Attended: Southern Utah University

Relationship Status: It’s complicated..? Because if I’m being totally honest it is complicated, but for this sake I guess I’d choose the option: Single with Boyfriend… Whatever THAT means.

Self Biography: I would copy and paste my bio from this blog!

How much Survivor have you seen?: Enough to know I want to be on the show! But really I've 
watched for the last 8 years.

Applicant Photo:
#NoMakeup okay I guess this is makeup
from the night before, same thing right??

Yes, I have read and agree to the terms of service!

It's as easy as that. Obviously some of the options I wrote down are not options on the real Survivor application. But you will see when you get there. If you are having trouble actually finding the link, click here! And to bid you all ado, Jeff Probst is here telling you to apply
I like to think he is talking strictly to me, but considering the video has hundreds of thousands of views, he probably isn't.

Sherri Riggs, the Survivor Girl.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

How do I apply for Survivor

How do I apply for Survivor?
I am very reluctant to show anyone how to do this because it will decrease my chances of getting on the show. BUT, I will do this for the betterment of the casting in hopes of creating a better show.

First you have to be 18. In some states you have to have to be a little bit older, but that information is on the casting website. Which you can find here.

Once you get to the casting website, it is pretty self-explanatory, but they will ask you tons of different questions, such as:
What is your height? What is your weight? Highest level of education? Are you single? What’s your ethnicity? Etc. There will be drop down menus which you can choose from.

They will also ask you to upload of picture of yourself, I would use a glamour shot. BUT, if you want to stand out, maybe you could use a wacko one where you are cross-eyed. Whatever tickles your fancy.

All of that stuff is pretty easy until you get to the three minute video. One of the hardest parts is how the video is supposed to look. Now get that out of your head. There is no “supposed to” for Survivor. I have researched and read so much about this. The bottom line is BE YOU. Don’t try too hard. Go somewhere comfortable and talk about yourself.

**You also have to do this all in one sitting. So make sure you have your video and picture ready to upload**

It would be helpful to have some editing skills (or find someone who does) to be able to put together multiple shots in your casting video. As interesting as the most interesting man in the world could be, no one wants to watch him talk about himself for three minutes on the same shot. BORING.

You can also go to any open casting calls. I have applied before and I went to Black Hawk Colorado for mine! It was my first time applying, and it was awful!! 18 year old Sherri would NOT (and did not) have made the cut.

So that is how you apply for Survivor! Be sure to do it in the fall or in the spring. That is when the casting directors really look for people (or so I've heard). Stay tuned for my next post tomorrow where I will be filling out the application and posting it! you will be able to see what my application looks like.

Sherri Riggs, Survivor Girl.
My cross eyed glamour shot?? Yup. This might make me stand out ;)

What happened last week on Survivor?

What happened on this week Survivor?
I really have no idea. That is why I am asking. Apparently John Rock was blindsided and voted off! I know that because CBS released the “Seven things that will surprise you about John Rock”.
I’m kind of sad that he is gone though. Was he a total jerk? Sure. But, it seemed like he tried hard to undo the stereotype of his old bigoted days. And it seems to show in in these 7 comments:

1.       John would have given Val his idol is she hadn’t lied about having one
a.       Val was going home. She knew the votes were going to be split! At that point, it would have been beneficial for her to tell the truth. I don’t blame Rocker at all.

2.       He felt Coyopa was outmatched athletically by Hunaphu
a.       Look at the tribes. Not only was Coyopa down two players going into Rocker being voted off, there tribe DOES look weeker. That being said, I like Hunaphu much more than I like Coyopa, so I’m too sad to agree.

3.       John considered Josh his closest ally and the strongest member of his tribe
a.       Poor John! Josh was just using him to get further along in the game, and it worked! I’m betting that Josh will be in the top three, and I would be very surprised if we don’t see him on a future season of Survivor.

4.       He thinks he would have been in trouble regardless of what happened during or after the immunity challenge
a.       It’s always a dangerous game being an old time celebrity on Survivor; ESPECIALLY if you try and hide it. If he would have been more open about who he was at the beginning, it might have been good for him! My advice to any celeb on Survivor: just reveal who you really are!!
5.       When he saw the first vote was for him, he knew he was probably going home
a.       Where on earth was his immunity idol?! I mean I know it was a blindside, but he now gets to go down in history as one of the few survivors who got voted off with an idol in his pocket. Rookie mistake.

6.       He’s friends with Jeremy, Val, Natalie and Nadiya and says the “twinnies” are a piece of work and little instigators but they’re fun to hang out with
a.       Rocker definitely reversed his own stereotype coming onto Survivor. I can see them all being friends because they are all similar in their personalities. But I would love to be a fly on the wall if they ever got in a fight. That would be a sight to see!

7.       The hardest Survival aspect of the game was being constantly hungry and not knowing when he would eat again. He lost 19 pounds in 10 days.
a.       If that’s the hardest past, SIGN ME UP. I don’t think there is a girl out there who would mind that type of weight loss.. But really, all joking aside, he was a BIG man! I could see that being a rough part for him. Me, I’m a college student! I’m used to wondering where my next meal is coming from and if I can get it for free!

Now that I sound like every college student EVER.. Thanks for reading my thoughts on John Rocker’s thoughts. I wish he could have stuck around, I don’t mind watching drama unfold. Until next time,
Sherri Riggs, the Survivor Girl

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Why I SHOULD be on Survivor

In my first post I talked about why I should NOT be on Survivor. Bold move? I don't think so. I know my weaknesses, and small boobs just happens to be one of them! But now, here are a few reasons why I SHOULD be on Survivor:

1.     I’m athletic. I was an athlete in high school. I was the captain (and goalie) of my varsity soccer team. I also played basketball and made the team from pure brute force. My coach would call me the “enforcer”. When he wanted to shut a girl down, he’d put me in. They might have had 50 pounds on me, but girls get annoyed and start playing a little worse when you keep throwing elbows and hold onto their jerseys. I am not proud of how I played, but I am proud of the time of played. I continue to stay athletic in college by rock climbing, hiking, running, swimming, the works.

2.     I’m smart. I'll be graduating with honors AND a semester early with my Bachelors of Science in Communication. I could keep going on and say I’m the president of the communication honor society (Lambda Pi Eta), and that I won the outstanding student athlete award presented to me by the army national guard, but, that’s just bragging!

Jeff Probst, Charlie Parsons and Mark Burnett, currently we are dating, but you don’t know it yet. I’m like that girl on campus you never used to see, but she kept coming around and you weren't sure if it was creepy or endearing…. So for now, just sit back and enjoy the ride! And cast me. Because I’d be a perfect fit for YOU.

Sherri Riggs, Survivor Girl
Yes, I am standing on top of 9 ft. beach ball.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Why I Shouldn't Be on Survivor

My life goal is to be on Survivor.

Some people think I have low aspirations, others think I’m crazy, and a few support me.

I’m not going to sit here and pretend I’m not crazy. You have to have a little bit of crazy if you to want to be on Survivor!

For the past 10 years I’ve been trying to think of ways to Outwit, Outlast and Outplay the thousands of other of people who want to be on Survivor. And now, here I am. I am officially starting my campaign to be on Survivor! So Jeff Probst, Charlie Parsons and Mark Burnett, listen up! I’m talking to you and your gang of hooligans who cast us Survivors.

But I’ll help you out, I’ll give you reasons why you wouldn’t cast me. Because we can get those out of the way pretty quickly considering the list is small and not of great consequence.

1.       I don’t look like your average “Survivor Girl’ with the perfect body, white teeth and boobs that stay the same size after 25 days of eating rice and beans and living in the middle of nowhere.. (seems fishy to me;)). My mom always makes fun of me and says she’ll get me a boob job to get me on the show! My boobs are pretty small though. In fact, when I go to face-to-face with a wall, my nose touches first! That’s right. My nose is bigger than my boobs. BUT that’s nothing a great push up bra can’t fix. So I’ve actually solved that problem for you right off the bat! You’re welcome!

2.       I'm mentally stable. So if you’re looking for another “Coach”, “Russel”, or “J’tia” keep moving along.  Chances are I won’t be making up stories about meeting Aborigines or steeling people’s shoes and hiding them in the water, or dumping out my tribe’s entire stock of food. I mean, I’m not THAT crazy.

Now that we’ve got all THAT out of way, we can get to why I may be the best casting decision you've ever made.

1.       I’m athletic. I was an athlete in high school. I was the captain (and goalie) of my varsity soccer team. I also played basketball and made the team from pure brute force. My coach would call me the “enforcer”. When he wanted to shut a girl down, he’d put me in. They might have had 50 pounds on me, but people get really annoyed and start playing a little worse when you keep throwing elbows and holding onto their jerseys. I continue to stay athletic in college by rock climbing every day, hiking, running, swimming, the works.

2.       I’m smart. I'll be graduating with honors AND a semester early with my Bachelors of Science in Communication. I could keep going on and say I’m the president of the communication honor society (Lambda Pi Eta), and that I won the outstanding student athlete award presented to me by the army national guard, but, that’s just bragging!

Jeff Probst, Charlie Parsons and Mark Burnett, currently we are dating, but you don’t know it yet. I’m like that girl on campus you never used to see, but she kept coming around and you weren't sure if it was creepy or endearing…. So for now, just sit back and enjoy the ride! And cast me. Because I’d be a perfect fit for YOU.
-Sherri, the Survivor Girl