Pam's 40 over 40
To have photos that I am proud to share with the public. And to have good photos to share with my kids that they will be proud of. I want to be a part of something that will encourage others to achieve great things and to be proud of who they are.
Getting a glimpse of my true self in a professional and glamorous way.
Do not take life for granted and put things off. Everything is figureoutable and everything always works out.
Don't stand on your feet for so many hours for so many days doing hair. You'll pay for it in your 60's. And don't let others hold you back when you have a good idea. Dream bigger and follow through. You are worth investing in. And don't spend money on things you do not need or love.
There are actually a few people in my life that influence me. My husband, Roland is my biggest supporter. He is always encouraging me and there for me. He makes me feel good about myself to step out and go for it. My kids, Nigel and Stephanie are very talented, and I have watched them achieve great things as they were growing up and that continues in their adult life. I'm so proud of them both. All three of them influence my heart to be a better person. They influence me to reach out of my comfort zone and pursue my heart's desires.
Secrets, Self & Color
Pam I Am
Vitamin C & D & Collagen. And I started with wrinkle cream around my eyes in my 30's. And keep up with the hair color!!
I've always gone for the flax linen coloring of things. Right now, it's a toss up between blue and green accents. I'm a muted color person. Too much color freaks me out!
When I turned 40, I had just lost 40 lbs. My hair and skin were perfect. I felt really good about myself and I felt cute & pretty.
The day I married my husband. The days I had my 2 children. The days my granddaughters were born.When I started my businesses - Hair for 40 years, retail shoppe for 7 years and now Fetching Market, Found & Shared & The Goddess and The Gatherer. One specific day that I was super proud of. My very first market. It was the end of the day moment when the venue was cleared from the last guest and vendor. I cried because it was such a huge success. It felt really good.