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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Pamela Anderson says she's amazed at people's opinions about her relationships, so she's setting the record straight about where she is in her personal life.

In a message on her Web site Anderson says she's working on a friendship with the father of her sons, ex-husband, drummer Tommy Lee, and isn't interested in bringing other men into her life right now.

"We all learn and grow every day," she writes. "My biggest concern has always been my boys — they are completely well adjusted and happy and thriving — their Dad has been in their lives in a productive but small way over the years — I've tried to remarry — move on — like any other single mom I've tried to create a healthy example for my kids always, that's why I realized early on that we are better off on our own right now and work on our friendship if nothing else with their father who's admittedly made mistakes but adores us. People do need time to grow up sometimes. I have faith that we’re heading in the right direction. I'm really not interested in bringing any other men into our lives."Anderson, who split with Kid Rock late last year, says she's worked hard to shelter her kids from a "bizarre existence … full of strangers who judge."

"I understand how things may look — but we are all just the tip of the iceberg — no one could possibly know the really struggles or issues we've dealt with day to day honestly all our work is under the water," she writes.

Anderson revealed that her beloved golden retriever, Star, died on March 18, the day she wrote the message. "Today is one of the hardest days I've experienced ... it shines a light on the 17 yrs in LA and the good the bad and the ugly — I've grown a thick skin — I've lost myself over the years — but I'm back on track — I'm reading — I'm back to what makes me happy — growing and learning — being around and working with great artists — being inspired and realizing how short life can be and how simple it can be and we all are delicate and have meaning and feelings."

She says she's going to be splitting her time between L.A. and Canada, where she is building a compound and marina with hockey players in Ladysmith, British Colombia.

The former "Baywatch" star also revealed that she plans a return to TV in a show called "Malibu."

"I can't say no to the guys from Baywatch — they are great to my kids — my schedule is built around theirs — just a few days a week — I'm close to home — I love the idea — flamingo kid meets Baywatch — show is called MALIBU. I've come full circle — back to the beach," she writes.

Content with lots of new developments in her life, Anderson writes, "I feel I have my strength back — my health is back on track."