With Halloween this week I thought I needed to dim the lights and tell you a slightly spooky story. For me it was a beautiful story but it did give me chills too.
Ever since we moved to Santa Fe from Scottsdale Warrior and I would "argue" about turning on the heat in this big, adobe house. He wanted to do it the first second we felt the tiniest chill, I said no way, heat goes on Halloween Night, no sooner. I would tell him to put on a hoodie and some socks if need be. He'd
One of the things I learned from Warrior was impeccability. This is a pretty freaking rigid standard and one I'm continually striving to achieve. I think the reason my husband was indeed The Ultimate Warrior was he strove, with every breath, to embody the moniker. Never was a name better suited to properly attire a man.
For the length of our life together I never saw him waiver from his quest to live up to the terms he placed upon himself. Additionally he held those lofty g
I recently had a sublimely happy moment. I have had those since Warrior died but rarely and they were always in relation to somebody else. These moments have involved either the girls or a friend or even meeting one of you but they have never been by myself. This must mark some kind of milestone as I accept the new normal. Fall in New Mexico is my favorite season. Our skies are gorgeous on their own but add the trees turning golden, amber, and crimson and the soft breeze that
I won't lie Warriors, I cried watching Bayley and Sasha battle it out in their Iron Man match, main event, Wednesday on NXT Takeover. If you didn't watch it you really should. I felt proud of these two young women showing such fierce athleticism and excellence in their sport. I'm not pretending to be an expert in wrestling but I know what inspires me and as Indy, Mattie, and I sat glued to the laptop cheering both these women I felt proud of the road they are carving for them