She did well and was treated very respectfully. Barbara especially was very respectful. Joy, a little glib, but M. Dolores seemed never to notice.
What I found most edifying, and revealing, was when Mother said the first seven years of monastic life were the hardest - implying she was continually tempted to leave. She said the experience was akin to being skinned alive - referring to her 'conversion' from secular life to religious life. M. Dolores seems to have very much to say to the Church regarding vocation, especially today when everyone considers themselves to be a "star".
This is something important for prospective candidates to monastic life to consider, since most of us left within the initial seven year time period - and of course, we are all so fantastic and Hollywood beckons... worldly success and glamour and fame and all of that.