Are you worthy?
"Well I suppose I am worthy. I mean, God made me. He sent His son to die for me."
Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland
Who do you want to meet?
"Nobody, really. Except my family and friends from different parts of the country."
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
"I would like to go to Japan. I've seen that there are a lot cool buildings there and the culture is pretty cool. And I love Japanese food."
What do you like to do for fun?
"I like to write stories. I like to go outside. I like to play with my dogs and read books."
If you were to write a book,
what would it be about and what would it be called?
"I did write a book. It was about my life. I don't remember the name of it, but it was about a journey or something. I just never published it, of course. It's sitting in America, in my friend's garage. It took me years to write it. It was a book for girls because I used to struggle with my image and I use to do self-harm and stuff. I talked about my testimony and how God healed me and how I found my identity in Him. Oh, what was it called?"
What have you learned recently?
"I have learned to mind my own business. It saves you the headache and sometimes it's the best thing."
If you could change one thing about the world, what would it be?
"I think, and this might seem kind of unfair, but I would probably change when Abraham disobeyed and had Ishmael. Yeah, I think if I could change anything, that would be it because it could solve a lot of the different conflicts. But then there would be a whole people group that wouldn't exist because of that so... That's a hard question. I guess that would be my answer, though."
What have you found?
"In relation to Ireland, I found that the building of a church doesn't ascribe its value. A lot of people here have a heart of gold and their building isn't to the highest level, I guess I could say. Then there are churches in America where there are heaps of electronics and projectors and other great things that a lot of other churches don't have, but they don't have half the heart people over here have. I've learned a lot about heart while being here. That's what I've found."