About Me


The cat’s name is Stinker. We have been together for 15 years. I’ve been married twice in that time. Are cats more loyal than men or am I just better at picking cats?






BEARS SMILE smallThe Dog’s name is Bear. I love his smile. As cliche as it sounds, the greatest thing about dogs is that they are always happy to see you. When my husband left, the dog stayed. We’re both better off.






corvette for blog

 I’ve wanted one of these since I was a little kid. When I was 14, I got my work permit and told my dad that I was going to save every penny so I could buy a 1970’s ‘Vette. He laughed and said it would never happen. Well, it took a while (and a lucrative house sale) but this bad boy is mine and the look on my dad’s face when I pulled into his driveway…was worth every dime!



I was born and raised in Oregon. In my humble opinion, it is the most beautiful state in the union. Unfortunately, the government is not so great.






Wilma took my shedI lived in Florida for a while. I left a couple months after hurricane Katrina and Wilma hit. Wilma passed right through the area I was living and took my shed with it. Somehow everything inside was left right where it was (a bit wet). To make matters worse, I had just gotten divorced but my ex was staying in the house with me while we tried to sell it. AND we were without power for three weeks. It was so much fun (sarcasm intended).




This is my mom. She’s more than my mom, she’s my best friend. I love hanging out with her more than anyone.



kids These are my nephews, my brother’s kids – Jordan (in yellow/blue) and Jason (in white and green)






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20 thoughts on “About Me

  1. WOW!! Nice car!! I have always wanted a BOSS Mustang.

    I use to live in and around the Orlando area. Miss the weather and family but thats all. LOL. Not the craziness though.

  2. Great pictures. Your dog looks like it may have a bit of chow chow in him. With some black spots on his tongue and all. It reminds me of my part chow and black lab. My dog had half black tongue and half pink. I lost her a few years ago.

  3. Lah, Sorry about your dog, it’s hard to lose a pet. And yes, Bear is part Chow. In fact he’s Chow/German Shepherd mix.

    Matt, thanks for the compliment. I used to live in S.Florida, but I went to Orlando (actually Kissimmee) about once a month to go to Disney. I miss Disney most of all. But, like you, I don’t miss the craziness. Florida people and weather are wild.

  4. Hiya Pamela,

    Hope you are well. We’re hanging on over at the blog.

    Have a great day!
    Nathan the Nerf Herder

  5. It is good to see you. I never know who I am talking to on Topix.net. One day I will find time to make one of these pages for myself. I have pictures posted on River Spirit’s MSN Group.
    Thanks for your wonderful comments and real Love for our Savior. Email me anytime.


  6. By the way, LOVE the car!
    And your mom doesn’t look old enough to be your mom!
    I’m glad you guys have a great relationship. I’ve been grateful for mine many a times.

  7. I am currently reading Beth Moore’s book
    When Godly People Do Ungodly Things.

    Boy, is that true of these times and there but the grace of God it’s not I!

  8. I haven’t read that one but I’m really likeing the her sudy of Daniel so I’ll probably read more of her stuff.

  9. Hey Pamela,

    Thought I would say “Hi” How are you? I seen that you did the study on Daniel with Beth Moore. That study was awesome. I really enjoy it. Well drop by on Topix soon. Same old stuff is going on. You not missing much.


  10. Hey, Pamela!
    I’ve not been on Topix consistently enough to catch you there.
    Hope all is well with you and your schedule, and that your knee is no longer a problem.

    Talk to you later!

  11. Hi there Pamela, Its Angelina fromTopix.
    Just thought I’d drop by and have a little look at your blog and say hello, hope you don’t mind.
    You have a nice blog site here.
    Thanks for all the input on topix, I find your posts vey encouraging.Take care now,

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