Q: How long have you lived in Greenwich?
A: From 1988.
Q: How do you think Greenwich has changed over the years?
A: It's so congested -- just like Manhattan.
Q: Are you married?
A: Yes, since 1960, to Austin Chang.
Q: Do you have any children? Grandchildren?
A: My son Conrad lives in Jamaica. Erica is a nurse in Atlanta, and my son Alwin lives in Brooklyn with my husband. And I have one granddaughter and one grandson.
Q: Are you retired?
A: Not yet.
Q: What do you do?
A: I work for people in Greenwich as a nurse's aide, and part-time at Greenwich Hospital.
Q: What was the most important thing you learned in your work?
A: Just take care of my patients, listen to them and love them.
Q: What was a significant memory or defining moment in your childhood?
A: In Jamaica, we used to have a lot of fun in our days, no crimes, no nothing -- compared to now.
Q: What are your main hobbies and interests?
A: I like to hang around with some of my friends.
Q: Do you have a favorite sport?
A: I like the Yankees.
Q: Do you have a favorite book?
A: Oh, I love my Bible -- it's my favorite book.
Q: What music do you listen to and what is a favorite piece of music?
A: I play my religious music tapes -- praise and worship. I like Donnie McClurkin.
Q: If you could tell the president of the United States one thing, now, what would it be?
A: Pray. Because he cannot make the system better -- only God can. Pray that God will give him wise decisions -- like Solomon.
Q: What achievements in your life are you most proud of?
A: Seeing my children grow up and find a place in life.
Q: If you had a magic wand, what would you wish for?
A: For a more peaceful place, no guns, no murders, peace on earth.
Q: What, if anything, are you deeply concerned about?
A: We have to think about the economy. So many people are out of jobs.
Q: Best piece of advice to give to the younger generation?
A: Go to church. Isn't that something that nobody goes to church anymore? When you tell them to go to church they get angry.
Q: What brings you your greatest joy?
A: When I get up in the morning and I'm well, and I say this is the day that the Lord has made -- rejoice and be glad in it.
Q: What are you looking forward to?
A: Looking for my retirement. And I have a vision to go home to Jamaica, to take care of the old folks, the unfortunate ones. Give them a bath, send them meals-on-wheels. And for the younger set that are out of school, to set up a computer class for them and ask retired teachers to come and help to keep them out of trouble and off the street. That's my goal.