About Donna

I woke up one day in the Spring of 2012 and decided I was moving South.

Exactly 973 miles from everyone and everything I knew and loved — to a new state, a new culture, new faces and places.  I didn’t know if it was the right decision, but I knew it was a decision.  Any decision is better than no decision at all.  I didn’t exactly have the “why” figured out.  I just knew it was time to leave comfort for challenge.

As a former TV news anchor, reporter and journalist, I was honored to spend 13 years telling stories in Upstate New York.  Some fascinating.  Some heartbreaking.  But what if you could recalculate life and write a whole new story?  Take the vision in your head you always pictured and make it happen.  Pass or fail.

Welcome to my journey — as I take my lumps and bumps along the way — leaving the cozy familiar faces and places I’d always known in picturesque Upstate New York to take on the vast blue skied Atlanta ocean soley on a leap of faith.

Faith isn’t making this journey easy — but it is making it possible…even if most days I’m clueless, confused, stuck in traffic, and feel like I’m walking upside down, backwards with blindfolds.

Enjoy the ride in the backseat of my journey as I do one thing really right….being Donna Adamo (you think it’s easy 🙂 ???)   Warmly, D’Adamo

3 Responses to “About Donna”

  1. Brandy Richards December 29, 2012 at 9:59 am #

    I love your spontaneous, go get um’ attitude! So deeply proud and honored to have shared a small chapter in your life! Can’t wait to follow you!

    B

  2. Michael Byrne August 28, 2013 at 9:16 pm #

    I always enjoyed and admired your professionalism as a journalist and now as a newly found friend here in the South. Everything happens for a reason. To new challenges!!! Clink! (Sound of 2 glasses of Jammin Red red wine from Glenora)

  3. Michael Byrne August 28, 2013 at 9:39 pm #

    As a resident of Syracuse, I have always admired your professionalism and dedication as a journalist and now as a newly found friend here in the South. Everything happens for a reason. To new life challenges: clink (sound of 2 glasses of Glenora’s Jammin Red red wine).

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