Meet…Sarah “Smilly” Miller!
All things Cape Harmony!
Q: How did you hear about Cape Harmony?
A: “My sister. She was in the group 2012-13 and I watched her do it and I would visit her and the girls all the time so I was like, I gotta do this.”
Q: Tell me what made you come back for a third summer!
A: “I’m obsessed with Cape Harmony, and for the first two summers, I experienced so much personal growth and thoroughly enjoyed every part of being in a group with other motivated young women, and working together towards joint goals.”
Q: What do you think you’ve gained from being business manager of a professional a cappella group?
A: “Patience, organizational skills, better understanding of group dynamics and the ‘behind the scenes’ of running a business.”
Q: What’s your favorite thing about Cape Harmony?
A: “I love working with a group of passionate women who are my age, and I love feeling like we have a sense of efficacy because the group is small and entirely self-run, giving us the opportunity to really make a difference in the success of the business.”
Q: What’s your favorite CH memory?
A: “I’m a hopeless romantic, so singing at a proposal for one of the alums was like a dream come true.”
More about Sarah!
Q: If you could give yourself one superlative, what would it be?
Q: What TV family sitcom would you like to be a part of?
A: “Modern Family”
Q: If you could be any animal, what would it be and why?
A: “A sea otter, ‘cause I like to fall asleep holding hands (if you don’t believe me, ask Justine McLaughlin)”
Q: Are you more of a hunter or a gatherer?
A: “Not to sound manipulative, but I think I spend the majority of my time gathering to prepare myself to be a better hunter in the future.”
Q: If you could choose one song to play every time you walked into a room for the rest of your life, what would you be?
A: “1,2 Step. ‘The princess is here!’”
Q: Tell me your best joke.
A: “My life.”
Q: If you were a crayon, what color would you be and why?
A: “I’d be a white crayon…because though sometimes you can’t see what I’m doing to help, at times I can really blend colors together…dude…I don’t know. I hate this question.”
Q: If someone wrote a biography about you, what would the title be?
A: “I Need An Adult. Or Que Sarah Sarah.”
Q: Do you believe in bigfoot?
A: “Not passionately…I’m skeptical.”
Q: What’s the biggest risk you ever took and what did you learn from it?
A: “Transferring schools. I learned to trust my instincts about what will make me happy and what won’t.”
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Thank you so much, lovely readers, for being patient this week while anxiously awaiting our Member Monday post! We had such an exciting 4th of July and hope yours was just as great. Check out our calendar to see our upcoming events, like our joint show with The Vineyard Sound in Cotuit on Wednesday, July 13th!