Profile: Sherri

Personal background
I'm 48 years old and mother of two boys, ages 25 and 19. I live in Science Hill, KY. I am currently unemployed due to relocation. I worked in Lexington, KY for 12 years for the public school system. I mainly worked with kindergarten and preschoolers. I remarried this past spring to a wonderful man. I love to ride on the back of his Harley. I plan on getting my own bike soon! I enjoy spending time with family and friends. I like to read, draw with pencil and do word and number puzzles. I enjoy being outside and working in the yard and garden. I like to fish and camp. I also love insects! I wish that when I was younger that I had gone to college to study them. I used to have a huge collection but, sadly, it was destroyed. My ex-husband put it up in the attic when we moved into our home and it was eaten by INSECTS! :( I am trying to start a new collection. It took me several years to collect the ones that I had. I love all kinds of animals. I have three cats. I have owned dogs, hedgehogs, iguanas, hamsters, hermit crabs, and various types of fish. I once even kept a male rhinoceros beetle for a summer that I found near the lake. I have also collected frog eggs, catapillars, and preying mantis cases. I would take them to school so the children could learn about the life cycle first hand.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
Years ago, my youngest son and I download the SETI program and enjoyed checking it out. We thought that it was a cool program and really wanted to see any and all activity. I am anxious to see how much it's changed since then. Technology seems to change by the minute so I'm sure it will be great to follow!
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