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About Pam Lamp

For more than three years, Pamela Lamp has explored one new thing – every single day. At https://whoimettoday.com/, she writes about these discoveries and the wonderful people, places, and things in our world. A book, beach, and animal person, Pam lives in Nashville with her husband.
Latest Posts | By Pam Lamp
What’s Your Special Word for 2021?
1 month ago

What’s Your Special Word for 2021?

By  •  Lifestyle

Four years ago, we sold our big house in Texas and moved 800 miles away to a small home in Nashville. As we sorted through our belongings, and packed up our life in Houston, we donated, purged, consigned, and sold…
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4 Memoirs to Wrap Up for Others – or Yourself
2 months ago

4 Memoirs to Wrap Up for Others – or Yourself

By  •  Lifestyle

This year has been a learning experience for all of us. During this season of thanking and giving and taking time to reflect on the wild ride of 2020, I bring you four of my favorite non-fiction books. All are memoirs revolving…
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Feast Your Eyes on These 5 Beautiful Cookbooks
3 months ago

Feast Your Eyes on These 5 Beautiful Cookbooks

By  •  Lifestyle

As we usher in the season of more cooking and eating and gathering (in small, socially-distant groups of course), I bring you cookbooks. Here are five of my favorites for everyday or special cooking. And welcome gifts for your holiday…
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The Signs of Ovarian Cancer Every Woman Must Know
3 months ago

The Signs of Ovarian Cancer Every Woman Must Know

The American Cancer Society estimates ovarian cancer will strike more than 22,000 women in the United States this year. And 14,000 of those women will die. Ovarian cancer is difficult to detect in its early stages are challenging…
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Fall into October with a List of Enchanting Books
4 months ago

Fall into October with a List of Enchanting Books

By  •  Lifestyle

I’ve never been much of a costume person. As a child, I preferred tag or kickball to dress-up. But I did love, and still do, to curl up in a comfy chair and drift into another world with a book. Younger me got lost, for hours, in adventures…
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September Book Recommendations from a Dedicated Bibliophile
4 months ago

September Book Recommendations from a Dedicated Bibliophile

By  •  Lifestyle

Even as a kid, I couldn’t wait for the school year to begin. Goodbye to the lazy summer days of reading on the porch with no homework or strict bedtimes. Hello to fresh pencils, new shoes and haircuts, and a different assortment…
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Summer Book Recommendations
5 months ago

Summer Book Recommendations

By  •  Lifestyle

I walk, cook, FaceTime with my granddaughter, and play an occasional game of golf. And read. When I can’t travel and explore like I used to, books are my next favorite way to escape to unfamiliar destinations and immerse…
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An Experiment with Prayer – Out Loud and with a Partner (Video)
7 months ago

An Experiment with Prayer – Out Loud and with a Partner (Video)

By  •  Family

I’d say a silent prayer with my morning coffee, in church, sometimes before a meal. But the idea of asking for guidance with struggles and worries out loud? With my spouse listening? This concept may work for other people…
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How to Be Happy with Life’s Imperfections
8 months ago

How to Be Happy with Life’s Imperfections

By  •  Mindset

The outfielders dropped fly balls, pitches soared over home plate, and the shortstop hurled a throw into the dugout. As we watched our beloved Astros play baseball…
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Lessons from a Man Who Turned Back His Clock and Improved His Health
9 months ago

Lessons from a Man Who Turned Back His Clock and Improved His Health

At an Aspen dinner party, martini in hand, Chris Crowley chatted with an Exercise Science and Muscle Physiology researcher. This PhD showed Chris a graph of normal aging patterns in our country…
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