- What enjoyable activity do you get so involved in that you frequently lose track of time? ~ I could sit at the piano for hours and used to regularly before my children were born. I also enjoy searching the Internet for unique music and creative ideas. I can spend hours online sometimes reading all the things I want to read. My RSS Reader can get pretty full sometimes.
- If you were given one week to spend any way you liked (and all your responsibilities were taken care of), what would you do? ~ I would yarn craft like crazy, listen to tons of music and do score research, learn a few new pieces on the piano and for solo singing, spend quiet time reading and reflecting, Get out and see a show or listen to some live music, finally record some of the songs I have always wanted to record but haven't had a quiet house to do it in.
- If you were given a check for $2000 and ordered to use it on something fun for yourself, what would you spend it on? ~ I desperately want studio time to do some professional recording so my first instinct is to say I would spend the $2000 on that. My other thoughts would be to invest in myself and go to a music and worship conference that I have always wanted to go to and with the remainder buy a nice outfit and have a night on the town experiencing the Jazz music scene in Kansas City or the Opera. I don't get out to live music enough. If I could fit in some updated professional photos of myself I would, too.
- If you were guaranteed a handsome salary no matter what, what would be your ultimate dream job? ~ My dream job has been anything music related for as long as I could remember. Lately my real passion has been to lead a choral group again, sacred or secular. I just need to get back into conducting and interpreting music. I could work for a community chorus or as a church music director. I have also thrown around the idea of starting a professional chorus.
- What do you do consistently in your free time simply because you enjoy it? ~ I read a lot. Mostly magazines because I can carve out a few minutes here and there and get an article read in that time. I also have built my blogs in my free time. I never thought I would be a writer but I enjoy this format and don't feel overwhelmed by the shorter stories and articles that blogs call for.
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