Member Monday - Featuring: Catherine Doyle!
Meet... Catherine “Cathy J” Doyle
All things Cape Harmony!
Q: What made you come back to Cape Harmony for a second summer?
A: “I think Cape Harmony is unique in the way that every summer you experience new things. After one summer, I kinda have my bearings and have the ability to take on more responsibility in the business which is really rewarding.”
Q: What were your goals for the group going into this summer? A: “My goals for this summer were to make great friends with the new members as well as immerse myself in the business practices of Cape Harmony.”
Q: When you’re not at the Cape Harmony house, where is your favorite place to be on the Cape?
A: “Well my family has a house in Falmouth in Great Harbors, and when I’m not with Cape Harmony I love spending time there hanging out, having barbecues, and going to the beach.”
Q: How do you feel about this being your last summer?
A: “I feel really bad about it, stop asking!”
Q: What skills have you gained from being a part of Cape Harmony?
A: “I think that I have gained the ability to work extremely well with many different types of people. I have also learned just how important it is to present yourself in a professional and kind manor to everyone that you meet.”
More about Catherine!
Q: Who cheers you up the most when you’re feeling down?
A: “My dad cheers me up the most when I’m down because no matter what is wrong, I know that he will always be there for me. And that makes me feel really great.”
Q: Do you prefer sweet or salty food more?
A: “I prefer sweet food. I have such a chocolate addiction. But, there's not much that beats the combination of sweet and salty.”
Q: If you had to choose one sense to give up, which one would be?
A: “I think I would have to give up my eyesight just because I don't think I could not hear music or not smell food, taste food or go in the ocean and not feel the water.”
Q: What color is the front door on your dream house?
A: “I love a statement door, so I would have to go with either red or aged wood. Depending on the type of house.”
Q: As a child, what was your dream job?
A: “I wanted to be a psychiatrist for a while, I don't really know what spurred that decision but I quickly learned that you had to go to school for a very long time, and I will not be doing that.
Q: If you could master one skill that you don’t already have, what would it be?
A: “I would love to be able to craft. I don't know if that is considered a skill but I am the most unartistic person you will ever meet.”
Q: How would your ‘perfect day’ go?
A: “Okay. I would leisurely wake up with no alarm at roughly 10:00am, then I would get a quick breakfast sandwich, head to the beach, spend the day there, go to dinner with my family, and then spend the evening with my friends hanging out!”
Q: What is your definition of a family? A: “Wow. That is deep man. Well I consider family to be the people that will always have my back and can always be brutally honest with me even when I don't want to hear it.”
Q: If you could bring one fictional character to life, who would it be?
A: “Definitely Flynn Rider, he is the most attractive cartoon prince I have ever seen. And I think the world would benefit greatly from having him in it.”
Q: What is the best live performance you have ever been to?
A: “When I was a senior in high school me and my friend went to see Pink, and she is the most amazing performer. She flew over us at one point and I think I almost cried.”
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We're back in Hyannis today after being on Martha's Vineyard last Monday for our joint show with the men of Vineyard Sound!
Speaking of joint shows, we have TWO coming up that you won't want to miss. On Saturday July 29th we will be joining up with Hyannis Sound in Chatham at St. Christopher's Episcopal Church at 7:00pm! Not too long after Vineyard Sound will be coming to the mainland for our show on Wednesday August 2nd at the Cotuit Federated Church at 7:30pm!