Last week bestowed more closure in regards to many of the life events I've shared with you all over the past few years. Last week also revealed and opened quite a few new gates of which I'm excited to step through.
- Steps to ensure the physical, psychological and spiritual safety and health of other women who may have found themselves (or will find themselves in the future) on a life path similar to mine in dealing with those who run the "Los Angeles porn industry" have come to solid fruition via the vote by the Los Angeles city council in favor of making condoms mandatory for adult content production.
- I received an email (posted in the blog entry prior to this one), which assists to verify that an adult industry attorney (Michael Fattorosi - a man who assisted in the terrorization, harassment and stalking of myself and family members), is indeed lacking ethics and any sense of morality professionally or personally.
- The health, nutrition and wellness company of which I've chosen to begin my new career with trained me as to how to do a wellness evaluation on future clients. My mentor walked me through the process by doing an evaluation on yours truly. The result is that I have the body of a 23 year old. That's wonderful news.
- I was given the opportunity to contribute to a documentary in regards to my thoughts on and experiences in the Los Angeles porn industry. It's been a while since I've stepped in front of a lense of which I don't control - however I had a good impression of the individual who extended the invitation so I placed my faith in God and Jesus Christ that he'll get my message out properly to those who need to hear it.
I took the week off from my webcasts www.MonicaAtHome.com , www.ChristianPornstar.com and www.DEOsports.net - I'll be picking up my schedule again this week. I feel pretty well rested now.
I'm hoping in March to take a few camping trips - the weather should be perfect. Hopefully someone who's remained in the forefront of my mind although much time has past, will decide to come along. The desert is a strange - yet beautiful place to take refuge, heal and rest.