11 Things

  1. I write.
  2. I sometimes work in p.j.’s.
  3. I am “passionate” about writing, defined by Merriam as: 2.  a : capable of, affected by, or expressing intense feeling.
  4. Peonies are my faves–never birds-of-paradise. They are funerals and chic rolled into one.
  5. Speaking of chic, my sis-in-law is chic–high-heeled chic. I prefer flip flops. Barefoot, even better.
  6. I am *achoo* to creatures that shed, drool, growl, meow and chirp–not to snakes, frogs or LIZARDS. Notice the CAPS. Caps Lock (in this instance)=run away screaming.
  7. Recovering coffee addict–12 steps.
  8. If you thought NHL=No Hawt Ladies:  face-offs don’t imply Westerns, shut-outs aren’t “in the doghouse,” hooking is not, well, hooking up, there’s no cake in icing, slashing isn’t 40-life, there’s no water in boarding and Enter Sandman is NOT a bedtime story.
  9. I have had many nicknames in my life: Pammy, Puhmella, Pamehla, Par, Pam Anne, Pamanner, but my favorite is still “Sweet Pea” (love you, Dad).
  10. I try to live honestly. What does that mean? Minimization of Regrets seeking Happiness, Peace and Long Walks on the Beach.
  11. This is a creative blog expressly for me yet shared with you. It’s my thoughts, my feelings, my absurdities, my idiosyncrasies. ¿Comprende?


57 thoughts on “11 Things

  1. Hi, Thanks for stopping by =) I appreciate the like and comment. Wouldn’t wish experiencing the feelings in “i let go” on anyone…but it’s always sad but comforting to know that you’re not alone =)

    I look forward to reading your poetry. Take care, Que. =)

    • I was glad to. Oh, you didn’t–it’s just that I could relate. That’s one great aspect of poetry. You are not alone. We all are here in cyberspace. Thanks for coming by. :-) P

  2. Thanks for finding me. You share the beautiful, too, I see! I look forward to exploring your blog. Btb… Chai has been very inspirational for me. I am a true tea snob. But, I’m still a coffee junkie.

    • I’m glad to “meet” you, too. Thanks for coming over! Chai lattes are substitutes for my first love :-). They are poor substitutes–in my eyes–but I am grateful for having something to drink that tastes good! Please, let’s stop the coffee talk now. I will need rehab! I do love fresh ginger tea and honey. My other favorite! :-)

  3. I came across this when you came across my own :) An fair trade I’d say :D Some really nice stuff here. I’d appreciate any feedback on my own material, I’m still somewhat of a beginner lol. Also, can I find you on Facebook at all? :)

    Ryan.

    • Why yes, indeed. Thanks for stopping by, too. No problem, I welcome feedback as well. Always revising! Pamela Rossow on FB! I’m part of a great writing group on FB you might be interested in. You can be published online so let me know if you’d like to join. :-)

  4. do you mind if i give feedback and suggestions on your poems? i’ve read, written, and studied a lot of poetry, and sometimes i get this unstoppable urge to suggest this word or that, move something to somewhere else, etc. i hope you don’t mind if that happens. of course you have every ability to ignore it. but my philosophy is that i would rather offer help that is ignored than ignore someone who might have wanted the help.

  5. It’s so great to meet you through Stu Nager, Pamela! =) I always love connecting with fellow freelance writers. =) What did you specialize in for your certificate in ethnic studies? I’ve been thinking a lot about anthro and socio lately after spending so much time in different countries. =)

    Looking forward to staying in touch! =)

    • Awh, it’s great to “meet” you, too! Stu is amazing. The man doesn’t sleep (I think). I specialized in Native American and African-American studies and LOVED it! Anthro and sociology are sister disciplines so it would be hard for me to choose. However, sociology is my love :-) You should look into both and see what you think.
      Looking forward to chatting more as well!

  6. I like your photo here (is it you?) Sky,sea,sand,person or in reverse order. A good place to ponder alone or a mountain top too. Toss out your thoughts and see how they come back to you. I NEED that quiet serenity! But I can’t seem to grab hold of it, if that’s even able to be done.

    • Yes it is me :-). A great place to ponder since there are no mountain tops in sight! I’d take one, though, if I could! I need that quiet, too. I don’t think it can be grabbed. . .more like enticed. Thanks for dropping by! Cheers!

  7. Great blog. Wonderful poetry. If you’d consider contributing elsewhere, I have just launched a new site for collaboration between photographers and writers. Your writing is just what I need!!! :)

    Happy New Year!

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