Copyright Robert H. Politz IBAX Management
About Kimmy & Kari
Kimmy and Kari answer questions 01
Interview notes from Anna S. Alst, esq. ~ * ~ ~ Kim ~ “When I was five, Mom took me to a concert to see her perform. She looked absolutely beautiful on that stage and the audience loved her singing so much they kept yelling, “More, More, Encore!” Her smile, the radiant happy glow on her face and the love in her eyes made me want to sing and play just like her. I was hooked on working to have that dream. After that night we spent almost every afternoon singing, playing, hugging and laughing at the piano…, until Dad would come home from work. “Are you two at it again?” he would angrily bellow as he came in through the door. Mom would quietly kiss my forehead and whisper, “Daddy’s home. You should go spend some time with him now.” He always bragged to everyone that his wife was a beautiful talented professional entertainer and then complain that his “Son” wasn’t learning how to become a manly athlete. Mom always encouraged me saying I had talent and could “feel” the music. Dad always denigrated me for not being a star on the boxing or wrestling team. Life was well…, okay I guess. I was happy one day and a bit sad the next. But…, just after my tenth birthday, my whole world disintegrated when Mom died. I was devastated, lost and totally depressed. After that, Dad was always grouchy, so I avoided him and everyone at school who constantly insulted me for being “cute” and spent my time alone studying, practicing piano and trying to forget the loneliness of Mom’s absence and of being the town reject. But all that was before I met Kari. Now I have a wonderful life with a beautiful girl who loves me as much as I love her. Although I still miss being with Mom, my dream of happiness has actually come true.” ~ * ~ ~ Kari ~ Do I really have to do this interview confession thing? That’s really hard for me to talk about but…, whew…, well…, okay, here goes. When I was seventeen I met a handsome man and thought we had a good relationship. Things were fine until the day I told him I was pregnant. He suddenly went into a horrific rage and beat me so badly I spent two weeks in the hospital. They told me it would take several more weeks for me to heal inside and I would never be able to have children. That experience broke my heart so badly that I vowed never to get into an intimate relationship with any man ever again. After college I started a very successful business focused solely on women’s needs and the beauty of femininity. Making it bigger and better became my whole life, nothing else really mattered…, especially men! One evening when I was hosting a seminar for abused battered women, I heard amazing wonderful singing coming from the showroom in the hotel. I don’t know why, but I froze for a moment listening. It was such a beautiful voice, so rich with emotion and love, that I had to leave the seminar and go see what made my heart skip a beat…, or three. That’s when I first saw Kimmy…, or Kim at the time. He was drop dead gorgeous and his performance made me feel things I hadn’t felt in years. I just had to meet him even if only to tell him how much I enjoyed his performance. So, with nervous fear, I walked into the showroom. His eyes met mine, mine his, we smiled and later, we talked for hours. That’s when my life began the most wonderful change I’ve ever experienced. Kimmy is now the love of my life. She is the one who made me whole, happy and complete. I never believed in fairytale dreams until Kimmy made mine come true. ~ * ~
About Kimmy & Kari
Copyright Robert H. Politz IBAX Management
Interview notes from Anna S. Alst, esq. ~ * ~ ~ Kim ~ “When I was five, Mom took me to a concert to see her perform. She looked absolutely beautiful on that stage and the audience loved her singing so much they kept yelling, “More, More, Encore!” Her smile, the radiant happy glow on her face and the love in her eyes made me want to sing and play just like her. I was hooked on working to have that dream. After that night we spent almost every afternoon singing, playing, hugging and laughing at the piano…, until Dad would come home from work. “Are you two at it again?” he would angrily bellow as he came in through the door. Mom would quietly kiss my forehead and whisper, “Daddy’s home. You should go spend some time with him now.” He always bragged to everyone that his wife was a beautiful talented professional entertainer and then complain that his “Son” wasn’t learning how to become a manly athlete. Mom always encouraged me saying I had talent and could “feel” the music. Dad always denigrated me for not being a star on the boxing or wrestling team. Life was well…, okay I guess. I was happy one day and a bit sad the next. But…, just after my tenth birthday, my whole world disintegrated when Mom died. I was devastated, lost and totally depressed. After that, Dad was always grouchy, so I avoided him and everyone at school who constantly insulted me for being “cute” and spent my time alone studying, practicing piano and trying to forget the loneliness of Mom’s absence and of being the town reject. But all that was before I met Kari. Now I have a wonderful life with a beautiful girl who loves me as much as I love her. Although I still miss being with Mom, my dream of happiness has actually come true.” ~ * ~ ~ Kari ~ Do I really have to do this interview confession thing? That’s really hard for me to talk about but…, whew…, well…, okay, here goes. When I was seventeen I met a handsome man and thought we had a good relationship. Things were fine until the day I told him I was pregnant. He suddenly went into a horrific rage and beat me so badly I spent two weeks in the hospital. They told me it would take several more weeks for me to heal inside and I would never be able to have children. That experience broke my heart so badly that I vowed never to get into an intimate relationship with any man ever again. After college I started a very successful business focused solely on women’s needs and the beauty of femininity. Making it bigger and better became my whole life, nothing else really mattered…, especially men! One evening when I was hosting a seminar for abused battered women, I heard amazing wonderful singing coming from the showroom in the hotel. I don’t know why, but I froze for a moment listening. It was such a beautiful voice, so rich with emotion and love, that I had to leave the seminar and go see what made my heart skip a beat…, or three. That’s when I first saw Kimmy…, or Kim at the time. He was drop dead gorgeous and his performance made me feel things I hadn’t felt in years. I just had to meet him even if only to tell him how much I enjoyed his performance. So, with nervous fear, I walked into the showroom. His eyes met mine, mine his, we smiled and later, we talked for hours. That’s when my life began the most wonderful change I’ve ever experienced. Kimmy is now the love of my life. She is the one who made me whole, happy and complete. I never believed in fairytale dreams until Kimmy made mine come true. ~ * ~