After her dad pinned her moms death on her, little 6 year old cherish 's life changes. Is this change a good thing, or bad thing? "WHOO, that was awesome. I can't wait to do it again when I leave this place." I stare at her in shock. She turns around and smirks. "What, do you like what you see?" It takes me a minute to comprehend. When I realize what I'm doing I look away. I finally speak, "I'm sorry, I just didn't expect to see a person out here, better yet a train." She smirks, "What makes you think that you can be out here, but I can't?" she questions me. "I didn't mean it like that, I jus--" She cuts me off. "--Why are you out here?" She asks "I jus--" she cuts me off again. "--What makes you so special as to being the only what that can come out here?" she questions me again. "I didn't--" Once again, I am cut off. "--If you think that you're so special to be the only one here, then why am I also here standing right in front of you smiling while you look dumbfounded?" She smiles in victory. While my mouth hangs open at how she talks to a person that she doesn't even know. When I decided to speak not much came out my mouth, "Ummm" really, that's all I could say? She rolls her eyes. "The names Kat, I can tell you want to know so badly. Where are we anyways?" She raises her eyebrows at me. "HELLO!" she waves her hand in front of my face. "Oh yes, Hi Kat, my name's Cherish." She slowly circles me. "So, why are you out here in the middle of nowhere Cherish? And what's up with the bad hair dying job? Have you never dyed your hair before?"