Longevity’s Long Life

If you’ve been with me on this journey, you know how important longevity is by now. I have a similar post mixing in with CORE values on my other site where you can find more ideas here:

www.spiritandbelief.com~~ that idea was posted last week 10/14/19.

I bet all of you have favorite stuff. Ya know– foods, T.V. shows, holidays, performers, a color perhaps… Please tell me you have a few? Some things we might outgrow or modify somewhat but then there are those that remain. How about values you admire? You probably know where I’m headed on this one.

Let me share a little experiment I did a few years back. After Warrior passed– many months in made me realize things needed to improve emotionally for me. I questioned the intense grief like I mentioned but knew moving past it was my best option. I had to go thru it to get beyond. I literally remember for several days in a row waking up, undoing the covers, putting my feet on the floor, and saying: “Today’s the day, yep this is it. From now on I won’t be interested in exploring my feelings anymore or seeing where they could go. I won’t want to watch the DVD any longer or look at the book, YouTube videos, nothing. Yes, siree Warrior will remain in my heart but my emotions are done.” This went on for about a week.

Guess what? I didn’t work– as you probably can tell… Maybe I needed more time? Maybe the shock was still there? Sure, I loved my memories but they aren’t part of my life, are they? Psst… they still are and always will remain. Of course I didn’t HAVE to do those things associated with him but I felt intuition always slamming me down to the mat in a way. I finally figured out the why.

Longevity=Core Values. That’s it warriors. Have you ever done my experiment with something in your life? I compared it on my other blog to pizza ( sounds simple…) Would you wake up one day and just decide to not like pizza anymore? NOPE. ( sub pizza for whatever you wish) O.K., maybe you want to eat healthier or have other toppings but I gotta say that developing a dislike similar is a rarity. It could happen but your “reasons” get squashed with true feelings.

What attributes or traits make up longevity and core values to you? Even when you were a kid and it’s still in your life, it counts. Some stuff leaves, comes back, and you feel the same. Maybe you’re thinking how in the world can pizza compare to a person? Good question… It’s ALL part of what makes YOU who YOU are. Alright, you don’t value pizza like a person but is it part of your longevity? You bet it is! Can things change? Sure they can but you always have the choice to decide that yourself.

I won’t detail all the longevity lists Warrior and I have as you can archive my many previous posts. πŸ˜‰ Also, I have a Pros/Cons Warrior List youtube video if you want to check that out on my channel. πŸ’™ The truth is IT DOES MATTER like he always said. You need to be the one to figure out why. Even with smaller ideas and everything you’re drawn to since people, places, and things makes no difference.

***If you decide something or someone no longer serves a purpose in your life, let it or them go. If they no longer impact or inspire you, they are not part of your vast longevity or core.

Kids never question their interests as this topic has kinda been brought up before. It just needs to be more specific with the whys and most of us don’t do that. Who has time for this? I knew some similarities with Warrior and myself but always went deeper. I am so glad I did or these writings wouldn’t exist nor would my book or anything connected. We all need to do this with things that truly matter to us. You can ask yourself the pizza questions but then go further. It can be quite the eye-opener and perhaps even FUN if you allow it to be!

Longevity and core values will have a long life if you continue to follow your beliefs always. Like attracts like and we are guided by what interests us. Sometimes we may not see the bigger picture at first but then it will come together. OWN your longevity and fight like a warrior for it! You can create it, nurture it, watch it grow, and make it YOU. I am proud to list my many qualities of longevity and without a doubt know that Warrior will always be part of my CORE. It DOES Matter..,

P.S. Here are some of my Longevity or Core things: music, flowers, the color pink, summer, swimming, biking, reading, writing!, fitness, time alone, coffee, nature, and many more! ** Of course vivid dreaming, and spirituality πŸ™πŸ»πŸ’– ** The afterword of my book Spirit and Belief lists deeper ones! YES, I do like πŸ•!

P. P. S. People are different obviously but you can apply professional and personal traits of longevity with anyone or anything! Why do you like certain people or things? Make your lists! It’s YOUR core of longevity–

Always Ultimate!!! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ’ͺπŸ»πŸ‘πŸ“£

Wild Warrior (Buffalo) Woman

“They say dreams are the window of the soul–take a peek and you can see the inner workings…” ~~ Henry Bromell

Isn’t this title so majestic sounding? I tend to think so. Let me share how today’s post came to be. I’ll back up a little by saying– yes, buffalo or bison are described in that Totem Animal book of a few weeks ago. They are a symbol of prosperity and spirituality so here we go with another dream… 😴

I was on a movie set in this dream where Warrior was filming a documentary on buffaloes! Huh? He definitely was interested in these great creatures of the Northern Plains and I was involved with his project. WOW… First, we were teaching together and now working on a movie. I wonder where we’ll be next? I still don’t know my role with this buffalo movie but I’ll take it. Dana was also there but I never interacted with either of them, just the director.

The director decided to show me around the set with a golf cart ride! We were almost done when I saw a little girl sitting by herself. She seemed kinda sad, almost lost really. This girl totally looked like the girl in the first Santa Clause movie at the soccer field. She just knew he was Santa and all these kids formed a line. You can look that up… Anyway, the director told her we’d be back to pick her up later but she still seemed confused. That was how I felt just a little. πŸ€”

We returned and Dana was in an area with a backdrop around her while holding a baby and my first thought was Indy. ( their firstborn daughter) I made this connection since in the book “A Life Lived Forever” Indy signs her name in the letter to her Dad as white warrior buffalo.” White Warrior Buffalo Woman teaches relationships between the material and spiritual worlds. Again, my observation but hey– dreams all serve a purpose. Dana just spoke to the baby while waiting her turn.

Next, I saw Warrior wearing a jacket with a huge American Eagle on the back. It was all red, white, and blue but hand stitched. Think U.S.A. flag colors. So very cool! He had his long blond hair and held a script in his hand. I could see him gesturing and talking to several people. This documentary was gonna ultimate!! Again, I never went up to him and he never spoke to me.

The buffaloes were not that far off in the distance as I looked thru the windows. They were so powerful roaming near the mountains. It was then that the director handed me my OWN script which contained info on all the people involved. I found my byline and this is what it read: “Even with yoga, she is a wild warrior woman.” There HAD to be other credentials but that’s the part I remember. Yes, there are warrior yoga poses! I found the director and was upset that it seemed to mention yoga as being, ya know– not a big deal to me. He said I got it all wrong and that the yoga was a good thing. Oh, so grateful for that explanation.

The wild woman part totally connected me to another book I mentioned last year. Remember Women Who Run With The Wolves? Sub buffaloes! I’m still in the book club and it mentions warrior archetypes throughout(: Despite all this, the mystery remained as to my real involvement with our beautiful buffalo documentary. I mean O.K., they are spiritual animals and I loved seeing them in South Dakota a few summers ago. We even have them here in Ohio. Obviously, I was not there as an “expert” by any means!

I also was not an “extra” at all since they don’t really get a byline, do they? Well, no idea how this project got finished but it was incredible having been part of it all. I just so hoped that little girl found her way back to the set! Also, so hoped to get a scene or two with Warrior and Dana but knowing they came in this dream for me is truly a gift. I always treasure everything so maybe I just had to believe after all. πŸ™πŸ»

Can you picture Warrior working on a project like this? I gotta say it was great seeing him being so creative and allowing me in alongside his warrior buffalo tribe. β€οΈπŸ’™

P.S. My title of this post is like a dot.com (minus the b for buffalo!)

P.P.S. I like HHH as well as WWW since I always have these three:

H=humility

H=humor

H=heart

** The man HHH (Paul Levesque) is also pretty cool too! BTW–He helped bring Warrior back to the WWE. πŸ’ͺπŸ»πŸ‘πŸ’™

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The Telling of Titles

Do you have a title alongside your name? It seems that we all do with regards to Mr., Ms. or anything similar. How about all those professional titles or degrees we acquire over the years? We work our way up the “corporate ladder” from an assistant to possibly president of a company someday. Does that mean everything to you in business? Or, could you take it and leave it?

In the WWE or other related forms of sports entertainment, the titles and belts MEAN something. It’s what you attain for at the top of your game. The WWE currently has 18 title championships. 18! I had to look that up what with the many brands in the business nowadays. Back when I watched, there were only a few titles and each show didn’t have their own division with belts. Are those titles important for you to see around your favorite’s waist? A title doesn’t mean you are better off for having one. You may have earned it but is it ALL of you?

Fame, money, recognition and all that go hand in hand but it also depends on your version of that success. Warrior was very different with not wanting a belt to prove his worth to fans. He even said: “I don’t need a belt… I don’t need it.” That was outrageous for an athlete to even utter those words. He did after all win those titles but didn’t necessarily want that to be the primary focus of his character.

It can and does mean so much more to others in different ways. How about you? Sure, we need success for our livelihood but is being at the top always the end goal? Hmmm… One to think about for sure. Even if you are “the boss,” you have to ask yourself why you wanted that title in the first place. Some may want it to prove they can get it (like WWE performers) but others may want it for power or to be liked. If you aren’t liked as a boss or champion, many could be jealous of your position. Maybe you aren’t a good boss or champ anyway.

The “claim to fame” has both positives and negatives as does working towards that elusive title. Am sure you fans would still follow your favorites with or without a title, belt, or “strap” as Warrior called it. I know I did. Of course, I loved when U.W. proved his worth by obtaining a belt but it was never just that with me. Ever. My emotions were better when he didn’t have one as I’ve said before.

Back in the day, very few performers had the chance of winning a championship title. Such a challenge with competition between those selected. Now, it’s almost the entire roster of talent that is able to vie for a title. Is this better or worse? It all depends on how you look at it but again, we all evolve.

When you are able to look back on something– what is it you remember most? Career goals will differ from personal ones but those titles may creep in. You should be proud of professional success however, don’t forget to let the REAL you shine. ✨

I have seen many twitter bios on some profile pages of former wrestlers. Not that I’m looking but we have followers in common. Some mention their pro career, some list their life now, and some use both. My page is mostly professional since that is why I use twitter. Other social media is more personal with family life. I happen to love those guys who list the NOW more. You can have your own opinion, this is just mine.

Is it that important to list you being a champ 11, 12, or more times? Maybe it is for them but true fans are loyal despite that number. My memories of any Superstar back then never just revolved around winning a title or even how many times. The titles do matter, don’t misunderstand here and of course famous people’s bios will differ from us regular folks.

Warrior’s greatest contributions that he was MOST proud of are his daughters. I totally agree. One’s personal life should always come before one’s professional life. However that looks for you– believe in the personal titles. They hold much more meaning than any “strap” ever will. πŸ’–

P.S. I didn’t have Twitter before Warrior passed so no idea what his bio was. I can guess though!

P.P.S. I value my personal titles more than pro ones I accomplished. On that, Warrior and I agree- yet again.,,

** Here are some of mine to get you started on your own:

~~~Wife, Mother, yogi, blogger, speaker, gardener, cook, singer, swimmer, cyclist, etc… All personal. Not professional.

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True Ultimate Timing

Well, Warrior fans~~ we made it to another year of this blog. It’s not official for a few more days but happy 3rd anniversary to warriorwritings (: To think I only thought of writing this for a year. The inspiration and motivation never stops. Time is relative and yet fleeting. THANK YOU ALL! πŸ₯° Especially Mr. Warrior. πŸ’™

Am sure you’ve heard that expression of “perfect timing.” Do you associate this with a good or bad feeling? I guess it could be both but let’s focus on the good, shall we? Think of all the stuff in your life and how one thing led to another. Kinda reminds me of the 1983 song “One Thing Leads to Another” by The Fixx. It all lines up my friends with that timing just for you. Whether you think personal or professional, it truly is ultimate.

Speaking of that word, how about the timing of Ultimate Warrior’s career? That photo is shortly after his IC title win over HTM. (Honky Tonk Man) He even said : “it was the right time.” I personally believe him winning the Heavyweight title over Hulk Hogan was also the right time despite some naysayers. πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ’ͺ🏻

Sometimes we need to do months and years of work while achieving success but then again, sometimes things literally get dropped in our lap to create that perfect timing. Has this happened to you? Am sure the first has but what about the second? For me, it was my 1st job lining up without a ton of work and yet again when I found U.W. items at my preschools. It can be both and probably happens more times than we realize.

If Dana had never walked into Warrior’s Gym back in 1994, they may have never met. True ultimate timing at its best. If I hadn’t really started following U.W’s career thru my T.V. set as a teenager, I wouldn’t be doing this today. Not to mention this blog becoming a book Spirit and Belief that got brought up as an idea thru another’s blog who knew about Hay House. All true ultimate timing once again.

You can apply this type of scenario to any aspect of your life really. Again though, no downers with the bad stuff~~ including Warrior. Go ahead. Right now list all the good situations in your life and how the timing just seemed to line up. A bit of advice here is that technically, there will never be that perfect time to do anything. If things line up, great. If some things aren’t quite right, go for it anyway. You’ll be glad you did. I can list so much on that topic alone! It may never be the perfect time to switch jobs, move, get married, have a baby, end a relationship, start a new project, or whatever. When you look back on that event, hopefully you will say it WAS true ultimate timing after all.

I have often said that Warrior leaving the WWF back in 1992 also seemed to be the right time. At first- NO! Such frustration and questions then for sure. In the end though, he never would’ve been able to begin his career in a new way and then be fully present with his family life. Just to add myself as part of this somewhat, I could’ve been married around 22-23 in order to please this guy’s family. That was the “norm” for marriage then, right? Well, thankfully that didn’t happen or I never would’ve met my husband or had our kids. Plus, I was never in love with that guy anyway like they wanted me to be. True ultimate timing choke holded me into submission on that one!

It is o.k. at times to wait on a decision if it seems a little off. Just don’t wait too long as opportunities may pass you by. You also may never fully know the timing of events until it’s your turn to travel up to parts unknown. Then, you’ll know. The timing of your life can be similar to another like many things I did connected with Warrior. Crazy as that sounds to some, it’s true. Even if yours don’t match with another, it is still your timing and the life you are meant to have.

True ultimate timing comes all the time in many ways. The good and the bad. We need them all to continue on everyday. As warriors, timing truly is everything.

P.S. 3 years= a 3 count for the WIN!

#perfecttiming #ultimatewarrior

#WWE #blogger #alwaysbelieve

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πŸ₯‡πŸ₯ˆπŸ₯‰

Warrior Animal Totems

I know I’ve referenced books before but THIS one you’re gonna want to hear about Warrior fans! Even if you are not into this title of sorts like me, the main connection of that word warrior is. Let me share this little adventure of mine…

I have bought many books these past few years but really wanted to explore this one local spot where I’ve donated before. Maybe you are familiar with places that have everything from books to movies, CD’s, audio tapes, magazines, comics, and all in betweens. You can donate items as well and get paid. It’s like a giant library only with money involved. Of course, I head-butted my way into the spiritual section.

So many choices, where to begin? This book of Animal Totems caught my interest as I’ve blogged about them on my website:www.spiritandbelief.com BTW– my spirit animal is a HAWK! I found this out by doing an exercise from the book. That story was just written (: Oh, lookie at that connection.

Hawk+Animal= The Road Warriors. ( of wrestling fame and mentioned in my book)

Karmic yet again… I just put that together! I love nature and animal connections, can ya tell? It seems like everything I find, read, pick up, listen to, or just about whatever interests me has a Warrior reference without prior knowing. For real. No joke. This book included. So, fans what animals do you think would be attributed to a warrior? Hmm… Let me help you? An eagle? A wolf? A bear or buffalo perhaps? How about an elephant? Possibly but not in this book.

You wanna hear the author’s warrior totems? The bell has rung and the winners are: dog, (dingo) ~that would’ve been a great guess, badger, and the funniest of all– WEASEL! Yep, you heard me. Bobby “The Brain” Heenan of WWE fame – aka “The Weasel” immediately got me laughing. 🀣

The Ultimate Warrior and “The Weasel” had many encounters together as Bobby managed a few of those bad guys often brawling against Warrior. Here’s some quotes: “In the Celtic tradition, the weasel is associated with the Warrior, because while graceful and agile, it is a fierce little animal that has an extraordinary amount of energy.” Look at those similarities! Of course this is the animal and not Bobby but STILL! Some of those words apply to both.

Let’s look at the dog reference. Many may know of a dog’s loyalty so that WE are as true fans! It was a “great honor” to compare a dog to a warrior. Also it connects to truth, family, and being yourself. Some hunting dogs or breeds are even more free-spirited and Warrior mentioned his dogs bringing him ya know– “gifts.” Free- spirited on both sides. In his 2007 podcast, Warrior discusses the two dogs and their gifts! Also, he shares the story of how the Dingo Warrior name came to be on the Ultimate Collection DVD.

The last one is badger. This is where I actually found part of my title of last week’s post since badger is the “peaceful warrior.” It is also quietly strong and brave while building a life for itself. The “secret, sacred energies of the land” represents badger as Warrior himself also revered the land out west he came to love. They hold their own when faced with obstacles and have strength in body, mind, and spirit. They love to have time alone to be in nature. How do I find all these references? My destiny always revealing itself in many ways. Three animals, a three count for the win once again!

Most recently, I came across a few other similarities that caught my attention. Another book I bought on self-empowerment mentions the author’s friend being named Dana and on the opposite page , she was a member of Gold’s Gym. The author, not Dana. Always believe..,

Another was a newspaper mailing we receive and upon opening it the words “Dr. Warrior” in bold appeared right at the top of this article. It was about an actual doctor making huge progress in his field. Always believe…

The last was during a football game a few weeks ago on T.V. Our OSU buckeyes were playing and the announcers promoted Smackdown which is premiering on FOX very soon! One guy mentioned the generation of The Iron Sheik while the younger one mentioned Hulk Hogan and The Ultimate Warrior! I left the room giggling to myself… Always believe… Look at that- another three count (:

Who knows if I’ll get more Warrior references but the Universe, those Gods in parts unknown, and Warrior himself all know there are no coincidences. Just synchronicities. May you too always believe! πŸ’–πŸ’ͺ🏻

P. S. I found out from my brother the younger announcer of OSU games is none other than Road Warrior Animal’s son James who is a former player!

P.P.S. I did buy another book in the store on crystals. Bloodstone is the warrior stone which I’ve mentioned before…

~~~”Simply Totem Animals”

~~~Celia M. Gunn 2010.

Warrior Battle Scars

As I honor and remember Patriot Day today, all those images come to mind of 18 years ago. Those true warriors battling to save lives will always remain in my heart. The survivors and those lost have their scars– external and internal. πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ’”πŸ˜ͺ…

My story to share isn’t comparable to 9/11 of course but does relate to the warrior battle scars I’ve endured. Warrior had his battles as am sure some of you have had also. Do you hide your scars or proudly show them off? That photo of me you see is a visible facial scar I incurred over 19 years ago as a result of a car accident. I relate more details of the Good Samaritan woman who came to my aid in “Angels on Earth” – 11/19/18 thru my other blog at: www.spiritandbelief.com

This post today is more about my fighting spirit as a warrior even back then.

Four broken cheekbones wouldn’t stop me, oh no. Thankfully, I wasn’t at fault and was nicely compensated for my injuries. Determination on the inside matters, not money on the outside. Sure, that nest egg came in handy years later but healing became my priority.

That warrior girl then made jokes with the paramedics, fought wearing a neck brace, and even conversed with the woman at fault. Being so panic stricken, she ran around screaming. I pushed my arm thru the broken driver’s side window and grabbed her arm while saying calmly to call 9-1-1. The victim had to comfort another. I look back with such amazement. Another humorous moment was car shopping with my Dad. By then, my left eye was streaming quite often so it looked like I was crying. That was part of the healing. I had joked with the car salesman about an accident victim getting a good deal– (cue the tears!) I also had told co-workers about wanting a new car but not this way! Glad my humor remained… That was also part of my warrior self.

The remaining weeks that followed brought so much battling that I was told often to “rest.” After all, 5.5 hours of plastic surgery would make anyone tired in many ways. This relates to last week’s post of asking for help which again was hard to do. I would cover up my “better” eye and force the “bad” one to read. Of course both move anyway but my warrior spirit had to take action.

I had a crooked smile for a while and got different creams to hide my scars. The scars on my belly previously mentioned from working out wrong at age 12 could be hidden but this couldn’t. Warrior had his face paint but I wasn’t in character– this was really me. Nowadays, I don’t cover those scars anymore and own them with pride. They are part of me and winning that battle.

Those are external just like a few others. Remember My “Backbreaker” Injury where I discussed my back but also Warrior breaking his ankle? (5/22/19) Well, he also tore a bicep years after that and handled it in his own Warrior way. All external but what about those internal ones? Most may know of his heart condition but we all also have scars on the inside forever a part of us. Maybe they’ve healed, maybe they haven’t. Both Warrior and his wife Dana were bullied but they never gave up that warrior spirit of battling those internal scars.

The outside can be healed but the inside emotions forever remain. It’s all in how you respond that makes such a difference. I didn’t share my accident story for pity at all. I could’ve listed much more but am sharing to show how we must as warriors battle back always. Whatever your scars are, don’t hide them. It may be difficult to do but as a warrior, I realized it became a must.

Again, I will not ever compare my scars to those who have been through much worse but the emotion is the same. Just like with Warrior’s life moments and mine. They are never concretely similar but the feelings and responses are. Don’t just use your battle scars to tell a great story of survival but use them to inspire others. That’s what Warrior did and hopefully I am doing that also for all of you. It’s your turn next to pass on your warrior battle scars to another and keep inspiration going.

*** Those Patriots of 9/11 sacrificed so much as real warriors. As we pause, let’s honor our scars and own them as we battle on everyday.

…”the wound heals but the scar, that scar remains.” ~~Poison

~~ Every Rose Has It’s Thorn, 1988. πŸ₯€

#PatriotDay #alwaysbelieve

#ownyourscars

The Birthday Plans β˜”οΈπŸš΄β€β™€οΈ

I really should share this story in about a month and a half when my birthday is but it was on my mind so August it will be. This does concern WrestleMania VI. I know- so many memories, right? Hard to believe I bought the VHS tape over 20 years ago! Again, it seems like yesterday and forever all at once…πŸ“Ό

I would sneak downstairs alone to watch when no one was there but me. They wouldn’t mind but so much more fun emotionally watching ALONE! My brother would’ve been great to watch with but he didn’t live at home anymore. After the “newness” wore off, the tape got put on my shelf with other collectibles. It wasn’t until a few years later that I started a new little tradition for myself. Once I moved, it probably got stored in the attic until it came back a little closer.

The first few years in our house watching the last match of WMVI on my birthday became a yearly event. Then, it started to fade from my plan as I became a mother. We still had our VCR hooked up in the early 2000’s but now it was time for baby and kid shows. My husband and I had quite the collection of movies but rarely watched them anymore. Has he ever seen WMVI? Not with me if at all! One of these days I keep telling myself… Of course now on DVD.

The birthday plans with that tradition literally got shelved as my life revolved around two babies back then. Many years went by and now the VCR was hooked up in the basement as the DVD player took its place. In 2012, I turned 40. We took a trip to California in the summer but this was September and now officially my birthday. With my husband at work, kids in school, and just me with the new puppy, it had to be extra special. My family and friends would celebrate but this time was for me alone.

I wanted to do something different for myself but nothing seemed to interest me. Getting lunch? Nah.. A manicure? Nope, probably too rushed before the kids bus. Then, I thought of a bike ride. Perfect! The puppy wouldn’t be left too long and it is one of my favorite activities. I had it all planned out and went outside to go.

I wasn’t even looking at the sky as it started to pour! Hurriedly, I rushed inside already soaking wet. Oh no! My birthday plan for myself was ruined. ☹️ I was so mad… Ah, the little things. I rarely did much for myself and now this rain. After a few sulking minutes, WMVI popped in my head! No way. Where did that thought come from? I hadn’t watched it in years and had forgotten all about my old birthday plans.

Since the VCR was now in the basement, I had to watch down there. I was planning on working out later anyway so why not now? I could do both. Hooray! The tradition had returned. I did watch other parts that I love too ya know! πŸ€ͺπŸ˜‰ Best for last though! It was so interesting getting that memory back on a milestone birthday for me.

It has been part of my birthday now ever since. Maybe not on a weekend when others occupy my space but it’s during the week for sure. Five years ago, I needed to watch but our VCR was no longer connected. This was in April and not September so it was part of my grief. I couldn’t remember all the hook-ups and called my husband. I just said I wanted to watch a favorite movie of mine while holding back tears. The sound came but no picture. Ugh.., I finally gave up in exasperation. Little did I know at the time how a brand NEW DVD would soon come my way that contained WMVI naturally. O.K, I could’ve ordered it on Amazon but so not in my thought process…

For the past three years, I have gotten something extra special from Warrior on my birthday. This may sound kinda crazy for anyone new reading my blog but spiritually, it’s true. It’s all archived!!! I’ve had a few things on his special day as well. I will keep my birthday plan going as that tradition began so long ago. Sure I can watch WMVI anytime but getting that memory back almost seven years ago means so much to me. It needs to be honored.

From a VHS tape to a DVD, it makes no difference. I have watched in my childhood home and now the house we share as a family. I can go to the WWE website or even watch on YouTube now but I don’t. There is nothing like having your OWN. Who knows what this birthday will bring but WMVI is always on my wish list. πŸ’ͺ🏻πŸ’ͺπŸ»πŸ€Όβ€β™€οΈ

www.spiritandbelief.com~~ check out info for my book here where more great Warrior stories are told!

P.S. Ironically, when starting to write this today, I was outside and it started to pour! No bike ride planned but hopefully I can still walk the dog in a bit!!

#alwaysbelieve

#OWN πŸ’–πŸ™πŸ»