Victoria has posted up a new blog on her MySpace page. She says that a relative diagnosed with terminal cancer passed away while she was on WWE's drawn-out European tour. However, her family didn't want to notify her and upset her while she was in a different continent. She made plans to fly straight from Europe to Vegas after the tour, where the ill relative lived, but he passed away before she could say goodbye to him. Victoria said, "I am devastated that I didn't get to say goodbye to someone who was so important to me. I don't want condolences. That is not why I'm mentioning this. I would like to somehow make something positive out of this. But it also makes me look at my lifestyle and my occupation." Victoria then talks about her current place in wrestling. "I love to wrestle. I LOVE to wrestle. Nothing I have ever done in my life comes close to stepping out in front of 20,000 fans, live on national TV, and giving my all in a match that brings fans to their feet. Nothing comes close. So I give everything I have to this business. You have to. That's what this business is. I have made that choice. You give everything, and it takes everything. I have worked to be the best wrestler that I can be. And I am still working. But this work takes a toll on your body, and on your personal life. And like everyone who works anywhere, sometimes you feel like you work hard, and you get overlooked. I worry that this may be the legacy of Victoria. But I know this business. That's what it is. I take the bad with the good. I know this business, and I have made that choice," Victoria said.