Hi there! So much has been happening with me, with my family. Some good, some not so good. But I try – I try to focus on the positive. It isn’t always easy, but it’s what I need to do at times.
Money and finances – at this time, it’s been…a struggle. But with the help of an amazing family – it has been ok. Well, when you think of it – more than ok. I do not want to complain, and I won’t – I will be…thankful.
I have the most AMAZING sons – my ex and I have raised our boys to be amazing men. To say I am proud is an understatement. My sons have picked the most perfect women to be by their sides for always, and I could not be more proud.
As everyone knows, our JB has cancer – nasal cancer. Some days he does good, others not so much. Being diagnosed back in January and it now being April – I am thankful he’s gotten the time he has so far. I try to convince myself he will be ok, and I know – in one way or another, he will be. However, I need to be realistic – and I am trying to be. We have an angel waiting up in heaven for him – but in no way am I saying he can go or am feeling it is ok. It is not, and because of this – my heart has a rip, a scar that will never, ever go away. I am a better person for having this amazing animal in my life. I love and he loves his siblings – Jeff and I are more than privileged to be their “parents.”
All this being said, I am about to begin my attendance at my 15th Wrestlemania! Years ago, when I started watching and began this journey, I never EVER thought I would be where I am now. I am so very thankful I have been able to attend all the trips I have been on. I cannot begin to explain the joy, fun and memories. I must admit I am one of the luckiest WWE fans alive. My heart is smiling as I get ready to head towards NY and NJ for Wrestlemania 35…