WOO HOO! Pamela finished her book,
"Moving Over the Edge, Artists with Disabilities Take the Leap"
check it out at www.mhortonmedia.com

click here...to get details about Pamela's new home
click here...for the memorial for "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer"

This is my "improved" personal website. My old website (at least parts) is still available at: http://www.madknight.com/pamela-old


In the 60s we asked "Who am I?"
In the 70s we asked "Who cares?"
In the 80s we asked "Who?"
In the 90s we asked "?"

As 2000 approached, a deep shift in consciousness stirred the emotional, physical, mental and spiritual energies of inquiring minds. Many found themselves asking "Who is Pamela?"  It would take years of mediation, meditation and medication to answer that question, but this website will hopeful provide some clues. 

In the photo to the right, we see Pamela, the writer. This website contains many of her foundlings, educational and whimsical. If you only have time for a short visit, these pages are the ones most likely to have changed (click on them to visit):



This website includes some of the favorites from Pamela's old website
(click to visit):

Pamela's Confessions

Quotes that impress Pamela

Does Pamela really play with dolls?

What is EverQuest and what does it have to do with Pamela?

Pamela's Brushes with Fame

Links to websites of Performing Artists, especially in N.CA

"Glad I Had a Cell Phone" stories

This is a photo of a woman with long, dark hair and green pointed ears.  Her eyes glare at the photographer and she looks about ready to scamper into the bushes behind her.





The photo to the left proves that playing computer games CAN be harmful to your health. Here is a photo taken of Pamela after she played 15 hours straight with her Dark Elf cleric. (See "What is EverQuest...?" for more information.)

A black and white photo of Dali is behind a woman with dark hair pulled up into a bun.  A weed is sticking out of the top of her head.  Yes, it is a weed.  They grow in Florida.  It is a weed.  I swear it.
Salvador Dali and Pamela






When 20 people who knew Pamela were asked what they thought of this website (actually wording: "Do you think Pamela is an egomaniac?"), all 20 said, "Nah, she's just weird."

When 20 people who didn't know Pamela were asked what they thought of this website, 19 responded, "Huh?" But, one respondent yawned and then went into an 8 minute monologue about how the 10 minutes (or was that 15?) of fame concept has been made null and void by the internet and easy access to making personal websites.  

"There is a vitality, a life-force, a quickening that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you in all time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and be lost. The world will not have it. It is not your business to determine how good it is; nor how valuable it is; nor how it compares with other expressions. It is your business to keep it yours clearly and directly, to keep the channel open. You do not have to believe in yourself or your work. You have to keep open and aware directly to the urges that motivate you." --Martha Graham

This website brought to you by Pamela Kay Walker, author