Rounder D: I have only come in with strong hands; for instance, 4x raise with AK suited on the button and she calls with J7 suited. (See if you can guess what happened next, )
Buckmaster: I'm sure she's not calculating pot odds. I doubt she knows what they are, LOL.
Paw_kit: The Boot Camp was very informative. There were three pros, each with differences in their approach, so that provided interesting insights. My main complaint was that only one of the pros was around to critique and comment when we played our camp tourney; the other two were off playing in the casino. But overall, it was a great learning experience. Unfortunately I was out of the country and unable to play poker for a while immediately afterward, so I didn't get to quickly rehearse and try out all that I had learned, but I'm trying to get back into the swing now. I think it made me a better player both in terms of answers I got and questions I realized I should be asking.
baby kahuna: Definitely I am playing strong hands. I don't recall ever losing a hand to her with top pair, and if we get to the river, I am typically in good shape. I'm going to try heeding your advice. Last week I got in twice with strong drawing hands like AK and you know the frustration attendant with losing when the flop comes up air and your opponent, who was chasing a flush, just happens to hit a small card that holds up the rest of the way (irrespective of how you bet, it seems).
I think another way to describe how she plays is that she has no respect for the bet - particularly pre-flop. She freely admitted that she does not think about what anybody else has, only what she has, which reinforced my observation that I needed to have strong cards against her. It will be interesting to see what happens next time we play.
Thank you again. Other opinions welcome! I really appreciate the feedback.