There have been many sad losses recently that have given me pause. On any given day any of us can leave the planet. You do not know when that day will come so you must be respectful of the fact we are all here on loan from our creator. The fragility of life and the unknown element of how much time we have here is a whistle blown to get to work! What if we postpone our destiny believing time has promised us "down the road"... That is not a promise made so respect the fact as h
For the last two years since Warrior died I have held tight to a thought...he shook the ropes one last time before he passed. I cannot tell you what that has meant to me. It's like a smooth stone in my pocket. Shaking the ropes literally and figuratively were the cornerstone qualities of his life so to have that on film is precious to me. Getting back from WM32 made me aware of that again. Speaking at HOF was a true honor and I realized I shook my own ropes by doing it. The W
I have the cutest stories and memories from WrestleMania 32. My favorite this year is of Scott Hall and Sean Waltman. Seeing everyone at an event like this is really an incredible reunion. Since Warrior reconciled with so many right before his passing these have been easy friendships to forge. Scott Hall always goes out of his way to say hello, hug us and check on the girls. This year we got to know Sean too and he is just such a warm and lovely man. At WrestleMania we were
Here's a secret I'm going to share with you Warriors out there. Keep this secret...it's my... Ahhhh, I don't know... "gimmick" I've always been a really good girl. I think my husband sort of loved that about me. I think through his rough and tumble life he'd seen a lot and I had not.. I was no more than a kid when we met and the wildest thing I'd done was spring break in Mazatlan. He would look at me with very knowing eyes sometimes and laugh... I mean really laugh and say, "