I love words. I cuddle with them. I like them. A lot. (Which is always two words, and never one.)
I’ve been a copywriter since graduating from Stanford in 1988. But that’s not who I am.
I have one child, a son, which means I am a mother while also being a wife. But that is not who I am.
When Hans was just 13-months old and I was only 33, I found a strange pea-sized lump under my left armpit that changed everything. That was 23 years ago now. I'm not a huge fan of the word “survivor,” because that is not who I am.
I mean, I am surviving. I just don’t like the label.
I drive an old German convertible sportscar, because life is short.
I live in Marin County, California. While being a spectacularly beautiful place, Marin is also the breast cancer capital of America. So I've learned to take the bad with the good.
Ask me any day. Life is good.
"I got lemons.
This is my margarita."
- Sue Glader