It’s funny but for all the times I hear “I don’t want to be in a relationship” I also hear, “Will I ever find that ULTIMATE love?”. I respect the contrast, the juxtaposition, and the angst. I think choosing one”s partner is the most important choice a person makes. I think at different stages of life we might choose entirely new and different things in a suitable mate. For this reason if you have chosen a partner, made a commitment, and a vow, it is important to grow respectf
It’s never easy to talk about death and dying. The loss of the physical manifestation of a soul we love is hard to fathom and even harder to endure. Watching my friend, Nattie, bare the loss of her father, Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart breaks my heart. A person imagines there are no more tears to cry, until there they fall again.
I never knew Nattie’s dad, but Warrior did. It gives me comfort when one of the boys goes there are others waiting with their entrance music cued in hea
As this blog posts I’ll be in the sky on my way to Brooklyn! I am ultimately excited for all the community activations our great CSR team has planned! I absolutely love NY and all the people I am privileged to meet. My schedule is packed with opportunities to work alongside our WWE partners and meet the people who make our host city so great!
Alongside Superstars I will visit kids at local hospitals, #playunifued with Special Olympics athletes, support Connor’s Cure at a Br
Recently I have been asked to write several letters of recommendation. This is a time intensive task. Words are sacred and putting them to use in defining another’s character is serious business. I never write a letter of recommendation for a person in whom I don’t fully believe. I cannot describe how very meaningful the responses were to the letters I wrote. I forwarded the letter I wrote one young woman, applying for a masters program, to her mother. I told this mom that al