Originally Posted by Steve's Right Peg of Doom
Fair enough; wine and dine to get the dime. Such is the corporate life. I have the same issue with trying to find the time to incorporate live/Indy wrestling into my life style as it is heavily centered on the family/work. I managed to use a "free day" I had with work to get to the event this past weekend and with the show being centered around a family theme (Anti-Bullying), I was pretty sure there wouldn't be moments with guys covered in blood, so it seemed an easy "go" for the kids to attend their first show. Since the event, they have been wondering when they can watch TNA and WWE live. My oldest daughter apparently can't wait to tell Bully Ray, along with the A&8's just how much she thinks they are jerks. The counter part is my youngest daughter who wants a chance to cheer for Cena at a show. My sons don’t care either way; they just want to get a chance to cheer, boo, and have some more “rowdy” fun.
I can't express enough just how awesome it is to see my kids enjoying the industry so much; I have a feeling that my great grandfather would be so proud of them and just how big of fans they are at this age.