Pam's List of Lists

Pam's two favorite people

  James & Paloma 

Pam's four favorite birds

1. Penguin
2. Duck (especially the Bufflehead)
3. Puffin
4. Hummingbird

Pam's five favorite insects

1. Ladybug
2. Firefly
3. 17-year Cicada
Watch Lucas to see a feature film featuring the 17-year Cicada
4. Butterfly
5. Dragonfly

Pam's favorite Goddess


Pam's favorite artists
1. John Hayes
2. Frida Kahlo
3. Pablo Picasso

Pam's favorite Ghost

La Llorona

Pam's favorite books

1. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling
2. Como agua para chocolate by Laura Esquivel
3. Fuzzies by Richard Lessor
.Herotica 3 edited by Susie Bright
5. Bitter with Baggage Seeks Same by Sloane Tanen
6. The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
7. The Seven Minutes by Irving Wallace (The one that inspired me to become a librarian)
8. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (series) by Douglas Adams
9. Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides

Pam's Favorite Place to be on a clear day
Brant Point Light

Pam's Favorite Place to be on a rainy day

Schools Pam has attended

1. St. Paul's Lutheran Pre-school and Kindergarten - School has closed (1968-1970)
1. Johnnycake Elementary School (1970-1976)
2. Johnnycake Jr. High School - Now Southwest academy (1976-1979)
3. Woodlawn Sr. High (1979-1982)
4. University of Maryland Baltimore County - recommended (1982-1986)
5.Miami University of Ohio - recommended (1988-1990)
6.University of Arizona (1990-1991)
7. Pima Community College 1993

Pam's favorite movies in no particular order

1. Grease
2. Like Water for Chocolate
3. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
4. Heathers
5. The Wizard of Oz
6. The Tune
7. The Country Bears
8. Elf
9. The Princess Bride
10. The Incredible Mr. Limpet
11. Yours, Mine and Ours (1968)
12. The Parent Trap (1961)

13. Same Time Next Year

Pam's favorite movies featuring libraries or librarians has moved

Pam's favorite movie quotes

"I've had enough of this inefficiency" (Coma, 1978)
"Does the word 'duh' mean anything to you?" (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, 1992)
"This is Ohio, if you don't have a brewski in your hand you may as well be wearing a dress" (Heathers, 1989)
"Oh, come on Hons, let me be the after picture" (Tin Men, 1987)
"All in good time my little pretty, all in good time" (Wizard of Oz, 1939)
"Watch your phraseology" (The Music Man, 1962)
"I've already made like infinity of those at scout camp" (Napolean Dynamite, 2004)
"I don't know you from Adam's off ox" (It's a Wonderful Life, 1946)
"We're not on vacation, we're visiting my family" (Doing Time on Maple Drive, 1992)
"Porsche, there is no substitute" (Risky Business, 1983)
"These go to eleven." (This is Spinal Tap, 1984)

The Worst Movies Ever Made-According to Pam

Spies Like Us
Weird Science
Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D

One good essay on Librarians:

Libraries, Princeton campus's unknown repository of sexiness

Places Pam's lived - In chronological order

1. Lochearn, Maryland
2. Catonsville, Maryland
3. Arbutus, Maryland
4. Oxford, Ohio
5. Tucson, Arizona
6. Pharr, Texas
7. Bridgewater, Massachusetts

Countries Pam has visited outside of the United States of America



Things Pam really does not understand about her own culture

1. Western death rituals
2. Why anyone cares about the outcome of any sporting event
3. Why anyone would want to shop the day after Thanksgiving
4. Helicopter parents
5. Why some people put more energy into planning their wedding than they put into their actual marriage
5. Parties at private homes that are really just for selling stuff

Places Pam has spent at least one continuous month of her life

Leesburg, Virginia
Salamanca, Spain
Appleton, Wisconsin
Cholula, Puebla, Mexico

Jobs Pam has had 1980-present

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Pam's Favorite Kind of Dinosaur


Pam's favorite Store

Hospital Thrift Store - Nantucket, Massachusetts

Pam's Favorite Smell

The Sonoran Desert After it Rains

One Kind of Food I really Hate


One kind of food I love


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Last updated June 27, 2012