I am the daughter of a first generation Italian-American and a dyed-in-the-wool Southerner from Arkansas. Born and raised in Manchester, CT, I raised my 2 kids in a house across the street from the house I was born in.
With the exception of a brief respite in the late ‘70s when I moved to Los Angeles, I’ve made Manchester my home. I’ve served on the town council, served as a volunteer firefighter and also as a fire commissioner. I work at a law firm as a paralegal, where I write all day long without adjectives. I use adjectives in my spare time when writing for Popularium.
When I’m not working, I can be found on the golf course, reading a book, or playing Trivial Pursuit.