As I sit at my desk at Coto Insurance surrounded by stacks of paperwork that you wouldn’t believe, I can’t stop thinking about how fortunate I am of where my life is compared to this same time last year. My insurance agency is growing more than it has ever has, I am in an amazing relationship with my boyfriend Steve, my children and grandchildren are happy and healthy and I have wonderful friends surrounding me. What more could I want. I think every time life knocks you down, it’s a testament on how you recover from it. I think the tough times are definitely needed in our lives, so we appreciate the good times. I was knocked down harder than I have ever been in my life last year, but I know I have grown from it and learned a lot from it as well.
I felt really bad for Kelly and Mike this episode. Anyone who has been married, knows that you go through tough times and unfortunately both mine, theirs, the Barney’s, and the Beador’s have been captured on camera. I have spent some time with both Kelly and Mike these past few months, and they will admit it’s been rough, but they love each other and want to make their marriage work. Kelly has been a great friend to me this season and I only want to see her happy.
I had no idea that Meghan was so devastated after finding out she was only pregnant with one child. Many of you have degraded her for being so upset, but to someone who thought they would never have a child, you have to imagine how sad this news could be. I saw on camera like you all did Jim really showing his true emotions and I’m so glad he was there for her when she received this sad news. I’m praying for a healthy baby in a few months for both of them.
I’ve heard it from numerous people what I said at the mud spa to be true, and even Heather heard it too and backed me up. Thank you, Heather. The difference between Shannon and I, is I hope she’s happy, I really do but I’m DONE with her continuing her go on her rants about me, my character, and my family. We have one life to live and my mantra is to be the best you can be while living and to be happy. I’m trying my best, but she is testing me.
Sometimes reflecting back on a situation will give you the answer you need to either dig in and make it work or to realize that the time has come for you to walk away. For me, being an insurance professional is about helping people in some of their darkest times of their life. My job gives me the chance to be there when someone has an accident, their home burns down, their spouse or loved one passes on or to assist them in their retirement years to show them how to live a comfortable life. What’s even more fulfilling is that my reputation in the insurance industry affords me access to provide and create some of the most amazing and innovative insurance products to help my clients. If you want to learn more about what we are doing, or need any insurance help at all, please be sure to visit my at www.cotoinsurance.com and one of my team members will be sure to reach out to you.
The reason why I entered in the insurance industry at 29 years old, was because I wanted to help people and to be able to support my two children as a single mother. That same passion for helping and guiding people is the reason why I chose to become involved with the Kill All Cancer charity. Why wouldn’t I? I was approached by a team of professionals to make a difference in people’s lives through insurance products, donations, and to be part of a charity that can help people who are suffering from cancer. I’ve lost so many friends and family members from all different types of cancer and will fight for the cause and a cure. With my platform, you people reading this, and my friends, the best way to turn a negative into a positive for me is to use my voice and make a difference. #killallcancer
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Some of you have seen the previews for the rest of the season, and I think I’m just going to fast forward to the end and close my eyes. It gets a little bumpy, hurtful and downright gut wrenching and I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on it.
I thank you all for your love and your support. I have so many exciting things going on in my life that I can’t wait to share with you what they are. Fasten your seatbelts, it’s gonna be a fun ride. #woohoo
Wishing you a great rest of your week.