Each month, Inside Providence asks three employees three questions, and each month we get nine different answers. Hear what your co-workers are talking about this month.
I would tell myself to listen to my parents and realize that school is as important as they said it was.
Cranberry sauce. I am not a fan of cranberry sauce.
What super power do you wish you had?
To not let go of the exhilaration you get when standing on top of a sled, going downhill, with a jump at the end. It was one of my favorite things to do. I would never do it now. That, and climbing trees.
Unfortunately, I could just about eat everything. Cranberry sauce with nuts in it. I like just plain cranberry sauce.
Oh my goodness. I think I’d like to be able to fly. It would open up a lot of possibilities. And it’s hard to abuse like reading people’s minds. Although not a real superpower, I always wanted to be Jeannie in “I Dream of Jeannie.” I wanted her little apartment that she had in the bottle with all of the pillows. My parents had a bottle like that, and I would peer into it trying to will my body into the bottom.
Don’t sweat the small stuff. That’s what I tell my 10 year old son, too.
It would have to be pumpkin pie. I don’t like the way it tastes or the way it smells or anything about it. I don’t like pumpkin at all.
The power to heal. Is that a super power?