You won't find a wikipedia page with her life story. You won't find many pictures of her on google images. Even still she made massive waves in the wine world, wrote several books, and deserves more than a couple of side notes on industry websites.
Winston Churchill once said "History will be kind to me for I intend to write it."
Perhaps that is one of the problems. We don't have enough women writing about the incredible achievements of other women. Combine that with the fact that many women in history quietly and humbly made their contribution without fanfare or adoration.
This is seen every week in homes around the world. Stay at home moms take care of the children, do the laundry, make dinners, clean the house, and occasionally make time for a nice long soak in the tub without someone yelling through the door that they need something. Yet when they leave their dear husbands in charge of the kids their men want an award for watching the kids AND taking out the garbage. This phenomenon was recently encaptulated in the YouTube video ManCold.
In the next several weeks I plan to read more writing from Pamela Vandyke Price and learn what I can about this uncelebrated celebrity.
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