Just another fun filled week of training for me, along with getting our first place here in Montana! I got some new supplements from my sweet sponsor Nutra Bio.
My website is now up, which was part of my Fight of the Night bonus from Blackeye Promotions “Breast Caner Beatdown”, October 1st 2011!
The weather here in Montana is going to be getting super cold, the days are still “nice” and sometimes chilly. Our RV wouldn’t have done much justice for warmth this winter.
On Tuesday we drove around Mark’s school for a place. We stumbled upon a small sign on a big brick building. It looked like an old church, big and solid.
We walked up to this amazing old building to find a nice older lady outside with her little dog. She is the super at this building (and we were right, it was an old church, built in 1902) so she took us to see the place.
Up to the third floor we went, we got so lucky, this place was perfect! Two small bedrooms, a bathtub and shower, the top floor with a set of stairs and a little balcony to ourselves!
It will be a beautiful view of the snow this winter from up in our cozy apt. Mark and Lola love it too! Between the gym, moving and getting the new place ready I have been busy.
I did have some bad news the weekend of my fight. When I was on my way to North Carolina (Sept. 29th), I got a text from my cousin Brandi, she told me to kick butt, best wishes and asked me if I had talked to Grandma Selda or Grandpa Bud lately.
Hmm, I told her “Yeah on Friday I did after one of my interviews. Why what’s up, tell me.” She replied back with,”Grandma needs to tell you, just go kick butt.” I told Jason what she had said, he called grandma and grandpa, then took my phone.
I kind of figured what was going on, something to do with my dad. To fill you in, my father had been battling cancer himself for years. We were never really close after my mom died. Poor Jason, he had to keep the fact that he was found in bed that morning, he had passed away in his sleep.
As soon as we hit the locker room, while my gloves and tape were coming off I had to ask him, “My dad died didn’t he?” He felt horrible for having to keep it from me all weekend long. I am very thankful he did.
I am doing a fundraiser, November 19th for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, St. Jude Give Thanks Walk. Please go to my page, help me reach my goal and donate. A little bit goes a long way!
I am also giving out a signed photo of your choice from my face book or web page for every donation of $25 or more. Thank you very much for all of your support!
Thank YOU, Jack Bratcher with ProMMANow.com for allowing me to share my journey with you. Thanks to all of my family, friends and fans for all of your continued support. And thanks to my fight family at The Grinder’s Grindhouse here in Billings.
Don’t forget you can also follow me on my Facebook Fan Page, my website at www.patriciavidonic.com or on Twitter @LilPatriciaMMA. I’m still trying to figure out Twitter, so that must mean I’m not a twit yet. LOL
The following video slideshow shows “Little” Patricia vs. Chelsea Colarelli at “Blackeye Promotions 5: Breast Cancer Beatdown”.
“Little” Patricia Vidonic chronicled her journey to winning the Beatdown MMA women’s 110-pound title in her “Road to the Championship Blog”. Now that Patricia has achieved that goal, readers can follow “The Vidonic Chronicles” each week as she continues her journey toward becoming the top 110 and 115-pound female MMA fighter in the world.