As a first-born, during her early years in Upstate NY, Bonnie had no choice other than to listen to her mother. Not being allowed to do much and not having much to do gave her a lot of time to think, setting up a lifelong habit.
After enjoying 10 exciting years in NYC advertising agencies she began wishing for simple things like a car and a backyard grill, did the unthinkable and returned home to Rochester NY.
Grateful to become a mother, she attempted balancing motherhood while surviving in corporate advertising and marketing, which often required muting her voice. A keen observer, writer and storyteller, she captured her ideas in her kids' half-used notebooks.
Bonnie looks at everyday events most people ignore and sees them from a ridiculous yet relatable point of view, all fueled by neurons on high alert.
With her husband, she has two grown daughters and a son, two dogs and plenty of raw material. Her world seems normal, but it's not.
Just ask and she'll tell you all about it.