Sandra: Shannon, your favourite book?
Shannon: My favourite book? I just read one at Christmas and it was about recreating yourself, I don’t remember the name of it.
Sandra: That’s okay. Best movie you’ve ever seen or, sorry, best movie you’ve seen this year?
Shannon: This year, The Accountant.
Sandra: Good movie. Your pet hate?
Shannon: I don’t really have anything because I do them all myself.
Sandra: What’s a treasured moment for you?
Shannon: My little, having my little baby.
Sandra: What time do you get up in the morning?
Shannon: These days between 5:00 AM and 6:00 AM.
Sandra: What time do you go to bed at night?
Shannon: Between 8:30 and 9:30.
Sandra: Do you drink alcohol through the week?
Shannon: No.
Sandra: If you do drink alcohol, what’s your favourite drink?
Shannon: Red wine.
Sandra: What exercise do you do?
Shannon: Walking.
Sandra: Are you a spiritual person, Shannon?
Shannon: Definitely.
Sandra: What do you do for spiritual?
Shannon: I think it’s all encompassing, so reading and I wouldn’t say meditating, but just thinking, time out, going to the beach, going near the water.
Sandra: Your favourite food?
Shannon: Maybe, can it be coffee? Is that a food?
Sandra: Can it be coffee? Favourite country to visit?
Shannon: Spain.
Sandra: Do you have a favourite quote?
Shannon: Yes. Control the Controllables bu Dr Phil Jauncey
Sandra: If you had to come back as an animal, what would it be?
Shannon: A pussycat.
Sandra: Do you meditate?
Shannon: Well, yes, under my definition.

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