Monthly Archives: January 2013

Unity in the Community

When people unite together, great things can happen. A coalition of registered voters fought against Walmart and stopped a “big box” retail store from going into a location that could not accommodate a store that size. The main problem was … Continue reading

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January is Nat’l Radon Month

I just recently found out how important it is to know your environment. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer next to cigarette smoking. Radon is a colorless and odorless. Please check your house to see if you … Continue reading

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My Young Cousin Jazzy Jasmin

It was great to see you during the time our cousins were here from Philadelphia. I had a wonderful time with our family. You have grown up to be a beautiful young lady and thank GOD—no babies. I am so … Continue reading

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Using my Voice for Advocacy

Your Talkologist 2013 has been busy like the Honey Badger (persistent). I have been using my voice to help residents in my community advocate against a “Big Box Retailer”. The proposed site is too small and it requires rezoning from … Continue reading

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Working On New Website

To all my supporters that have been so patient, Thanks again!! My website for “What Matters 2 Pam” is forthcoming. I got so tired of people making promises to do it, help me, or want to charge me a ton … Continue reading

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Talk Show Demo Tape

In the famous words of Josh Linkner, author of “Discipline Dreaming” and my creative mentor, innovation and creativity is “What Matters” in 2013. I am putting the finishing touches on my talk show demo that I will send out to … Continue reading

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In Retrospect

Happy New Year!!!! The day is almost over with and we will be back to our celebrated lives. We can’t say our old lives because it is a new year. As I reflect back on 2012, I went where I … Continue reading

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