On the last straightaway to Wrestlemania 2018 in NOLA I figured a final blog was in order. There will be some interruption in our regular publishing schedule so I'm checking in ahead to give my love and thanks.
We have been on a road together that began nearly four years ago. We didn't know one another, as we do now, and yet we were always connected. Loyalty, above any other attribute, means the world to me. I respect loyalty, even if I'm not the recipient of said loyalty b
I’m never sure why people are uncomfortable about getting older. I'm proud of the wisdom I accumulate as years pass. I'm also not afraid to be an adult.
One of the things that gobsmacked me raising children was how many adults "in charge" of my kids shirked their mature, responsibility. I've kept track of the emails I've had to send inquiring over an appalling lack of grown men and women acting as such. My questions seemed to always boil down to a simple, basic one:
On the heels of writing my WWE Women's History Blog (https://community.wwe.com/diversity/news/dana-warrior-blogs-about-womens-history-month) I was unexpectedly blessed to be met with a piece of my own. It had been a chaotic week with a lot of balls in the air. I never nap during the day but a week of no sleep cashed in its chips and I folded into a little shut eye. Coming to and looking at my phone, checking the time, there was a text from a different time entirely. I smiled
Don't you "love" a know-it-all? You know that person who inserts their "expert" opinion all the time? That person who has the hubris to pretend they know your hearts' petitions better than you. It's one thing to surround yourself with people from whom you seek council… It's another to have those who give opinion or advice without being asked.
I've had somebody tell me, "you know I'll always give you my honest opinion." To which I replied, "I'll keep that in mind if I ever d