Not just a one day event, I'm blogging every day about what I'm thankful for

Who am I?

I’m Pamela. I hate these pages where you have to talk about yourself. Really, I’m not all that interesting. I am CEO of a local nonprofit, I’m middle aged (who am I kidding? I’m past the half way mark), I’m a grandma and a mom. My grandson is the sun and the moon to me. I never knew true love until he was born.

I live in northern Indiana, but I hate winter. I’m a summer girl all the way. I’m happiest when I’m on a beach enjoying the sun with my book. I work too hard (who doesn’t?) but I love my job.

I try to approach life from a positive angle every day. Doesn’t always work and it certainly doesn’t mean that I’m perky. But, the glass is definitely almost full! Stick around and join me on my journey – I’d love to have the company.

I try and write about the things I’m thankful for every day. But I also do book reviews and some random stuff too. I’m actually pretty unpredictable.

IMG_0264

Advertisements

Comments on: "Who am I?" (22)

  1. When you have a moment tonight, I’d like to pick your brain on something. Please send me an email when you have a chance? greschgina@gmail.com Thanks!!

  2. I’ve nominated you for the Liebster Award! Check out my post to find out more details 🙂 http://readingforthemasses.wordpress.com/2013/12/23/liebster-award-100th-post/

  3. Hi, Pamela. Keep up the poetry. I’m enjoying it very much. Happy New Year, Audrey

  4. Excellent website. Gosh, you’re beautiful too!!

    Keep it pu.

  5. Hi Pamela ~
    I’ve just finished your book of poems. Just to say, here, that I enjoyed it won’t do it justice. I seldom post reviews – on Amazon. I want to be sure this one honors your work. Please look for it later this evening.
    Best regards,
    Ellespeth

  6. SO NICE…to have lots of thanksgiving!!!! Pleased to make your acquaintance. I’m rather unpredictable, too! http://bythemightymumford.wordpress.com/ –Jonathan Caswell

  7. Hi Pamela ~
    Wondering if you live anywhere near the bad storms that hit Indiana today and how you’re doing. It’s Tuesday 6/24.
    Ellespeth

  8. Hi Pamela ~ Give me a few hours. I read the title of one of your posts about helping put forward your new collection. I haven’t read your post, though. I’d also like to interview you on my blog. It would be somewhat a first for me. Are you interested in this at all?
    Ellespeth

  9. Nice to meet you and thanks for stopping by my humble blog. xxx

  10. Many thanks for following my blog, Pamela. I look forward to following and exploring yours as well.

  11. Hi, Pamela! Nicholas Rossis recommended that I reach out to you. I’ve started a science fiction periodical called Nonlocal Science Fiction. Nicholas is one of the authors in the first issue, due out in March, and we are both currently working to promote a Kickstarter that will help launch the magazine in style. I’d love to send you an info sheet on the magazine, and I’d love even more if you would be able to help spread the word about this project. Thanks!

    • I’d be happy to help promote for you. Can you email it to me at pamela984 at yahoo dot com. I will be promoting my next poetry collection next week but I think it would help to have something besides my stuff 😉

  12. Nice to learn more about you, Pamela. Aren’t those GRANDS, grand! I’ve got five of them now and two GREAT-GRANDS too. Oh, how time flies! ❤

  13. Pamela, I’m so glad you found my blog. I hate cold weather too. My favorite vacation is a warm beach, intense book, and cold drink. Sounds great doesn’t it? Hope you’ll stop by often, doors always open at Jean’s Writing.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Tag Cloud

%d bloggers like this: