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Pam Houston

  • Life gives us what we need when we need it. Receiving what it gives us is a whole other thing.

    • Pam Houston,
    • "In My Next Life," Cowboys Are My Weakness ()
  • I've always said the toughest thing about learning to feel your feelings is that then you have to feel your feelings ...

    • Pam Houston,
    • in O: The Oprah Magazine ()
  • Sometimes no matter how well you prepare, no matter how conservative your decision making, no matter how few Y chromosomes are along on your trip, you can still find yourself in a mud slide or a hurricane without a dry piece of clothing to your name. But those of us who have given our time and usually our hearts to outdoorsmen over the years know that, for many of them, it's not really a wilderness trip unless, MacGyver-like, they have to make a fire out of a pair of shorts, a glow stick, and a ketchup bottle; it's not really an adventure until someone gets airlifted out.

    • Pam Houston,
    • in Women's Adventure ()
  • I am walking down the street in Manhattan, Fifth Avenue in the lower sixties, women with shopping bags on all sides. I realize with some horror that for the last fifteen blocks, I have been counting how many women have better and how many women have worse figures than I do. Did I say fifteen blocks? I meant fifteen years.

    • Pam Houston

Pam Houston, U.S. writer

(1962)