Pamela Prescott Capps


As Interviewed by Praxis Faloon, March 18, 2017
"[. . .] Because of communication and global communication, this is our opportunity to connect and realize that we are all in this together, and this is where we can empower ourselves to control these mighty governments who in the past told us what to do, now, we really recognize that there are real people all over the planet, and it is our duty to be kind to each other."
Pamela Prescott Capps

Introductory Profile: About Pamela Prescott Capps

Pamela Prescott Capps is a realtor agent in the Hill Country, specializing in farms and ranches. She was born in 1962, in the Rio Grande Valley, and grew up in Houston at the height of the Space Race. She has lived in many parts of America, notably in New York City as a singer/songwriter, until about 2000, when she settled down in the small town of Blanco. She is my aunt, and due to proximity, she’s always been close to my brothers and me. She is very passionate and throws herself into whatever she does, and because of that, she is a very enjoyable person to be around.

In the interview, we discuss the Cold War and some of its effects on the generations of children that lived in that era. I’ve always been interested in the Cold War, and it was interesting to get a first-hand account of what living during that time was like. The interview is overall pretty positive, and ends on a “call to arms”.