By day: mild-mannered school teacher. By night: compulsive knitwear designer. Late afternoon: mama needs a latte. Pamela Grossman wears a variety of hats and she tries to keep them jaunty.
I’ve been blogging since 2003 on my old xanga blog about my life as a mom, my knitwear design business, my passion for teaching and my commitment to eating delicious homemade desserts. Added recently: my enthusiasm (successfully masking my lack of talent) for playing the ukulele. Typically, you will find stories about me, my two fascinating sons Sam and Eli and my devoted husband, Scott. Please don’t tell them.
Originally, my goal was to keep in touch with my far-away-family Back East when we moved from New York to the Seattle area. As a stay-at-home-mom I developed a wonderful extended family of what I call “imaginary friends” – many remain friends to this day.
I returned to work as a teacher in 2006 and my blogging became inconsistent. I’ve gone quiet for periods as my real-life demands put writing on a back burner. But I do love to write, and I especially love the conversations and community that come out of blogging.
I hope you’ll join in the conversation here on my blog as I renew my commitment to writing on a daily basis! This blog will also post my twitter feed, so when micro-blogging is the best I can do, it will fill in between more substantial post.
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