I grew up in: West New York, NJ & Bergenfield, NJ
I went into radio because: I wanted to write for a living and I thought it would be so cool to have fun doing it!
My first radio job was: WSUP at UW-Platteville
Best way to relax: Good book and a cup of hot Irish tea with milk and organic sugar.
If I had more time: I’d have more dinner parties.
Favorite childhood memories: Walking in and around the streams to watch the sunbeams filter through the trees, looking for frogs. Listening to records under my parents’ bed. Playing dollhouse with Aunt Lisa. Family picnics at the lake. Camping at the Jersey shore.
Guilty pleasure: Cooked vanilla pudding with cold cream on top!
Secret wish: Own a mansion on the lake in Fish Creek, Door County.
Favorite holiday: Thanksgiving. Great food with great company and if you do it right, the preparation and clean up are as much fun as the meal with the gang.
If I could bring something back to Madison: Ovens of Brittany restaurant.
Hobbies: Split myself between coming up with new baking recipes and growing flowers.
I was noodling through Facebook the other day where I watched a video of a few things that Coca-Cola will clean. Years and years ago, once I learned Coke would take the paint off a car, I
One of Verona’s hidden treasures is not so hidden. It’s just that it’s got tight hours. It’s not a big secret, just not shared a lot until now. SWAP does not stand for Smart Women at Play,
I’ve been minding my good friends’ pets while they are at a wedding. It keeps me popping back and forth from my place to theirs. I always let Joe the turtle have run of the apartment. When
On the Yahara River Trail, there are three shades of pink and white honeysuckle, three shades of lavender in the wild phlox, countless yellow flowers, and low-growing purple ones, but there is only one flowering tree! It’s
This is the view I get to see every time I come to work at Magic 98. It’s our reception area. I’ve seen it countless times, sat in the chairs to do interviews, or waited for a
I really love to share something if I have found it to be more then wonderful. With an eye on putting better food into my body these days, it is with great pleasure, and a little pomp
Several blog posts back, I wrote about a beautiful 100-year-old willow tree along the Yahara River Trail, where I walk all the time. It’s the very one where I first met the owl I photographed in yet
I have been thinking about how many listeners I’ve known over the many years I have been working here at Magic 98. You are all so truly friendly, kind, and generous, and you always understand my sense
I am so very lucky that the Yahara River Trail is just walking distance from my home. It’s wild enough to have deer, hawks, fox, snakes and and now the cranes have returned. It is along the
When I first met the owl you see here, he was very high up in the 100-year-old willow tree on the Yahara Trail, where I often walk. I was absolutely marveling over and over about meeting him,