When Warrior was inducted into the 2014 Hall of Fame Class he wanted the girls and me to feel special. He came shopping for dresses with me and loved the white one I wore but said the slit needed to be higher (lol). I could not find shoes I liked to go with it but one afternoon I found a box on the kitchen counter. Inside was this pair of sparkly Betsey Johnson shoes with baby blue soles. I told him I felt like Cinderella in them. I did. When it was time for last year's Warri
I could not be more thrilled with the honor I have been given to induct Joan Lunden into this year's class at Hall of Fame. Ms. Lunden's spunk, wit, and verve along with her fight like a Warrior attack makes her the quintessential Warrior Woman and the ULTIMATE choice as the second Warrior Award recipient.
After last year's induction of Connor I wondered how we could ever match the level of deservedness. Connor and his father Steve embody all that this award was meant to ca
There's a Tim McGraw song out right now that I love. It reminds me of all the small ways to enjoy life and be genuinely happy. Anytime it comes on the radio I remember to think of the things I'm truly grateful to have in my life and of a secret I've discovered to being content in this lifetime. People often ask me how I stay so positive and I recently told a friend I do not want what I know I cannot have. This in no way goes against my husband's Always Believe creed, it is no
I wish I could paint a picture of how different I was two years ago anticipating Warrior's induction into Hall of Fame and attending our first WrestleMania! I'm not even the same woman. I mean I'm still a warrior woman and I bleed warrior blood but I've grown into someone I'm not sure my husband would even recognize. I was so nervous to walk into the world my husband once inhabited wanting very much to be accepted by you Warriors. I knew you'd fall madly in love with our girl
The two things I'm most grateful for in my life are my daughters and my friends. I have never had the quality friendships I do now because in losing Warrior I evolved as a person and became a better friend myself. I also learned to receive, something I was unable to do before the loss. The simple act of receiving allows balance and reciprocity in a true friendship. Now I know, without a doubt, the friends I have in my life would go to the mat for me any given second and I wou