I am on the plane returning from Stamford, CT as I write. We post on Mondays so this will be days later but I hope to capture the wonderful anticipation I feel now. I am thrilled with things we have in the works for you Warriors and ultimately excited to expand my husband's legacy... and just maybe show off a little of what I have in my own pink gear bag.👛 Traveling to HQ is always a thrill for me. Seeing the WWE sign on the enormous building in the distance makes me smile.
My husband was restless. Warrior was an impatient man. It was a good thing because it was part and parcel to his package of intensity but it was sometimes hard to corral. He wanted to do it NOW,...all of it!..with very little breathing and even less sleep. One of the things I brought to our relationship was the perspective of "Ultimate Timing" and the fact no matter your strength, passion, or persistence, if it wasn't in the order of divine timing you were out of luck. I'm no
You want to know what you become when you are excellent in one area of your life but sloppy in the rest or sloppy in one area but excellent in the rest? You become sloppy. Excellence and sloppiness do not live harmoniously. Sloppiness wins out and dreams are smothered. That may be a pretty high standard to live up to every day but the alternative is worse. Excellence resides above regret and that is the home you want to build. Warrior and I never told the girls their dreams h
The moment Warrior fell I knew I was going to lose him. He did not crumble, he did not waiver, he fell like a giant oak. If I played it back in my mind too soon after I lost him it hurt so much I wished to die. I am small, I could not catch him and as such he hit hard the sound something I will never shake. I hate that part more than anything else and cannot explain why, except that I failed. I failed to catch him and somewhere in my psyche I must believe had I caught him I c
Once again I will ask to draw upon your power in believing for the full recovery of our friend, Bret Hart. He announced recently he is in the fight of his life against prostate cancer. Didn't cancer get the memo it doesn't stand a chance against this indomitable force? He wasn't called The Hitman for nothing. Bret and I actually forged a friendship after we lost Warrior. He understands great loss more than most and he was a quiet strength of enormous understanding