If you could take lessons to learn any musical instrument, which would you want to learn?
The piano.Â I can play it a little, but I wish that I could play it well.Â Our pastor’s wife plays the piano at church, and she can really rock out on some of the gospel hymns, and I just love it.
Have you ever mistaken a person for someone else?
Yes – can’t think of a specific example, but I know it has happened before.
On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being highest, how well do you keep secrets?
10 – I’m very good at keeping confidences – as long as the person tells me that whatever they’re telling me is confidential.Â In my work, trust and confidentiality are important.
What’s the closest you’ve ever been to a dangerous animal?
I don’t recall ever being close to a dangerous animal.Â Well, once on a hike in the Smoky Mountains, I saw a copperhead snake.Â It was a few feet away from me.
When was the last time you lost your patience?
Yesterday at the doctor’s office when, yet again, I had to deal with the issue of my name.Â Since I recently married and I haven’t received my new insurance card yet, the name on my insurance card (MaryÂ Smith- my first name and my maiden name) is completely different thanÂ the name I go by (Carol Jones – my middle name and my married name).Â Â The receptionist in the doctor’s office could not understand, and it literally took me about twenty minutes to work with her (checking documents, making phone calls) to get her records straight – and EVEN THEN, she acted like I was a criminal trying to get away with something.Â Â At one point when she said she was going to HAVE to put all my records in the name on my card, I actually said, “Just call me whatever.”Â Yes, I’m ashamed to admit I used the word “whatever” like that.Â When you name your child, don’t EVER go by the middle name!Â
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