About being Fabulous

That’s me in all my fabulous-ness!

Do fabulous 40-something-ers blog?  They do now!

Fact is, I’ve been a writer my whole life.  It all started in kindergarten when I wrote a poem and my teacher painted a picture of purple mountains to go with it.  She patted my head and told me I’d be a writer someday and damn it I believed her! 

So thanks Mrs. Green for putting this all in motion!

From kindergarten right on up to the present day I’ve been a writer in one form or another.  Avid diarist, writer for my high school paper, stringer for a local weekly, college journalism student, Boston Globe employee, advertising copywriter, writer for a monthly paper called Free Time that’s published on the south shore of Massachusetts.  And most recently, you can hear me Thursday mornings (at 6:17 and 8:27am) on 95.9 WATD.

This blog is updated weekly, and in it you’ll find my Fabat40 Radio Features, Free Time articles, musings on life as a truly fabulous 40-something single female, lists of fabulous stuff that’s caught my attention, and other rantings. Enjoy!


6 responses to “About being Fabulous

  1. You’re as fabulous as ever..keep up the good work!!

  2. Fabulous doesn’t begin to describe it. If I had more time I would. Keep up the rants because with George Carlin gone now, somebody’s got to point out to us everything that’s messed up, along with any incidental good stuff.

  3. I just love hearing your comments on my way to work. Not only does it make me think, but laugh!! This morning I heard your story about dating a dad. My daughter is and I was looking for your posting of it. I would love for her to read it. I will keep looking for it on WATD’s website. Thank you.

  4. Jerry Anderson


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  5. My idol and forever my friend! What to you so long to get this out…you have truly found your calling. This so suits every part of you and I miss you! Cheers!

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