Monday, March 30, 2015

It's OK To Be Sad Sometimes



Last week was a very emotional one for me, I learned that a friend from my high school passed away during his sleep last Wednesday. I'm still in such a shock and I can't believe it! Jesse was a really funny man. Someone who I loved seeing his very crazy and entertaining posts on Facebook and Instagram. He was a true family man. I know a lot of my friends from high school are enduring a lot pain due to Jesse's passing. And I can't even begin to imagine the suffering that his wife and children are going through right now.  



I'm a very positive and outgoing person, but the truth is that I don't do very well when I know that people are suffering and there's absolutely nothing I can do to change it. In situations like this I have to retrieve and hide from the world at least for a couple of days and be by myself. On Thursday I didn't feel like doing anything, but I still managed to run a few errands before I completely shut down on Friday. 

I was laying down on my bed around 2pm last Friday, when I received a phone call from a female attorney who follows me on Facebook. She said that she didn't need any bail bond assistance, but she had something to tell me and that perhaps it was going to sound really weird. I told her, "Nothing is weird for me anymore, I think I've heard it all!" 


She then proceeded to tell me that she had seen a post on her Facebook feed where I was tagged. It seem odd to her and completely out of character, so she decided to look into it. She asked me, "Did you go wine tasting last Saturday?" and then she gave me the names of the people that I supposedly went out with. I told her, "No, I didn't go wine tasting! I was at home with my daughters and I don't know any of those people you just mentioned."  She then said, "Well, I did a search and it looks like someone opened a Facebook account with your name and photos and they're pretending to be you. There are two Facebook accounts with your name. You're a public figure. We know about you. I just knew something was wrong."  


Last Friday I didn't feel like dealing with anybody, but at the time of her phone call, I had to figure out what the hell what was going on! I thanked the attorney for her kindness and for calling me and letting me know about this situation. I felt so violated and the fact that I was mourning the loss of my friend didn't help, of course. 

I'm very selective of the people I associate with and the events I attend. I've learned with the years working in the bail bond industry that just a simple picture taken next to a male (any male for that matter) can cause chaos for me. So, I refrain from doing that as much as possible. Obviously I'm a very open person and I'm not afraid to talk about personal issues, but I don't appreciate when people try to add me into their drama or create more drama for me. 


Something similar happened to me back in 2011, I had to deal with my Facebook pictures being used to create fake profiles in several dating sites. It was really hard and time consuming for me to track down each and one of those fake accounts. I didn't lose my cool until I found out that my pictures where also used on a fake profile on Ashley Madison's site. Ashley Madison is a site where married couples are encouraged to have affairs. Having an affair is totally against what I stand for because I know what it feels like to be cheated on. I would never disrespect another woman's marriage or relationship. There are plenty of single men available for dating. I don't understand why some women would find the need to get involved with a married man. 

When I got in contact with the people from Ashley Madison, they treated me like complete assholes and they told me that they couldn't keep track of all the fake and legit profiles because they are in high demand and they can't keep up with the internet traffic that they get. I was basically told to suck it up. What a nightmare! 


I love being single because I hate the drama that comes with being in a relationship; yet I still have to deal with drama that other people are creating for me because I'm single, really? What the fuck?!?!?!  



Photo of fake profile
Apparently the impostor who created the fake Facebook profile had also blocked me, so I couldn't see it. I had to go through a friend's Facebook account and search for my name. And there it was, I had two profiles with the same pink bikini pictures. The fake profile only had my first and last name. While my real profile has the words "bail bonds" and "superbondgirl" right after my name. The fake Facebook profile also had friends and followers! And the worse thing is that I was tagged on a post last Saturday night with people I don't even know, at a place that I've never been while I was actually at home watching a movie with my daughters!!! Yep! I'm now dealing with a whole new level of douche bags. 

I got in contact with Facebook right away and in a matter of hours I got notified that the fake profile was removed. Man, the Facebook people don't mess around! ;-) I was really satisfied that this issue was resolved promptly. But, I'm pretty sure I'll be dealing with more assholes in the future.


Rest In Peace Jesse - BGHS Class of '92
It was hard for me to deal with unnecessary drama last Friday while I was still very emotional due to Jesse's passing. Jesse posted a comment in one of my blogs a while ago and he said, "You can write about whatever you want, but never write anything bad about my girl, Gwen Stefani." LOL!!! Oh man, this dude was funny! I'm truly missing his clever wit and undeniable humor! Lancer Nation is missing you, Jesse!                                      Rest in peace my friend! 



Nancy Tiscareno - Super Bond Girl


Toll Free: (855) 737 - 2245


Please visit: www.superbondgirl.com

Monday, March 23, 2015

Seven Years Later ...



A few Saturdays ago, I was home alone with my daughter Rio. She was getting ready for her color guard competition; while I was just naturally waking up. It was perhaps around 11 A.M. or so... I then went to the kitchen and made my coffee. Once the coffee was done, I grabbed a cup and went back to my bed to drink it there. 

I was relaxing on my bed while looking at the sunlight peaking through my bedroom window; I could hear the  birds chirping outside, and I was truly enjoying the peacefulness in my room while drinking my coffee. I thought, "Oh, how much I appreciate the simple things in life!" And then I said out loud, "I still don't understand what the hell I was doing married?" LOL! Both, my daughter and I laughed. 




This summer, I'll be celebrating seven years since I became a "Happily Divorced" woman! Wow!!! That's both amazing and unbelievable! Sometimes I do feel weird when people ask and I say that I was married. Really? Me? Married? Oh dear! But, I'm actually grateful that I'm now divorced because for the very first time in my life, I am FREE! <3



I remember my first date after being married for over 13 years. It was the most awkward, weird and embarrassing date ever! And the fact that my very first date was with a German bodybuilder didn't help at all! The dude was HUGE!!!!!!!!!!!! I couldn't believe the size of his chest! He was a fucking tank, man! LOL! At the time I only weighed around 100 pounds and I thought, "Oh shit! If this dude touches me with his pinky, I'm pretty sure I'll be dead!" hahahahaha!!! I was like, "Oh, hell no! I'm out of here!" He treated me very nicely though and I felt bad for him because I never called him back. I realized then that I wasn't ready for the dating scene yet. 


A whole year went by and at the end of 2009, I officially went "Boy Crazy" hahahahahaha!!! And let me tell you that after all those experiences, I don't regret A*N*Y*T*H*I*N*G!!!! Playing the dating game was so much fun for me! I was constantly entertained and I learned that most men are so predictable and easy to manipulate! hahahahahaha!!! Of course, I had a few dudes that broke my heart. But, I learned from those experiences too! 

I've been in a few relationships but, I would publicly only admit to two! Lol! And the only reason why, is because none of those two men ever told me what to do! They didn't judge me. They didn't ask me why I wanted to do something. They believed in me. The only two men that I didn't waste my time with because they respected and supported my opinions and the things I wanted to do. Obviously, my relationship with each and one of those men didn't work out but, I treasure the time I spent with them and the things I've learned from them. Both men are still very good friends of mine and we talk once in a while. 




Freedom is the most essential and important priority in my life! I love embarking in my daily adventures because it goes hand in hand with my restless nature. I don't go and seek for change. Change and variety come to my life all by itself. I guess I attract that? I don't see myself settling down because I love my freedom way more than being in a relationship with a dude. 




My friend Gildy called me right after I appeared on the Anderson Cooper show back in 2012 and she said to me, "Gosh Nancy! I'm so proud of you! Look at all the things you've been able to accomplish all by yourself. Can you imagine how many things you would've done by now if you'd never married Javier?" I'd thought about it many times but, I never said it out loud. I told her, "I always told Javier that he was holding me back. Gosh, I have so much catching up to do!"

Last year, I was talking to my friend Wendy and I told her, "The way I see my life is as if I've been building a spaceship since I got divorced. I'm the one who goes and gets the parts, I do the manual work, I do the research. I'm the one who applies different techniques and tries new things. It has been an adventure; sometimes it has been really bad, and other times it has been really good. But, I think I'm finally understanding life." 


That's why I'm now very selective of the men I date. I've worked very hard on myself. I'm no longer wasting my time with possessive or controlling men who want to change who I am. I really love everything about me! I'm not changing for anybody! Or the needy, weak and conforming dudes who think that I'm the one who's going to fix them! Oh hell no! I don't have time for that! Not even playing the dating game is a challenge for me anymore. 

Time is the only thing that I'm never going to get back! I used to get so angry at myself every single time I thought about the almost 14 years I wasted being married to someone who was never going to appreciate me. In the past seven years, I've learned that sometimes we have to save our own lives and do what we have to do to survive. I'm happy with what I've been able to accomplish on my own thus far. I was able to raise my children the way I wanted and I don't have to check in with anybody! But one of the greatest things I truly enjoy is that I don't have to gather with the in-laws for the holidays! ;-)  


 It's a new Dawn
It's a new Day
It's a new Life
For Me
And I'm feeling Good!  


Nancy Tiscareno - Super Bond Girl

Toll Free: (855) 737-2245

Please visit: www.superbondgirl.com

Monday, March 16, 2015

Anything You Say Or Do May Be Used In My Story


In September 2011, I began blogging about my life, my adventures in the Bail Bond Industry and my points of view in regards of many issues that are important to me. In the beginning, I saw my blog as a way to generate traffic to my website: www.superbondgirl.com and I wanted my clients to get a little more information about who I am. 


I wasn't quite sure how I wanted my writing voice to be and I was also concerned about writing in English because as you probably know, English is my second language. I wasn't comfortable with the idea of writing a blog not in my native language, but I challenged myself and said, "The only way I'm going to lose the fear of writing in English is by writing in English! So, get to work Miss Tiscareno!" 

After I posted my first blog posts, I was happy that people came to read my blog. But, I wasn't pleased with my writing. It wasn't me. I was restricting myself of the genuine and honest woman I've become and love so much! So, I decided to write in the same way I communicate with people! LOL! I literally told myself, "Fuck it! I'm going to be me! I'm real! I'm brutally honest! If people like my writing then that's cool and if they don't, then that's their problem!" 

I have to tell you that in the beginning it was hard for me to find topics to write about. But, once I began to write intimately about my life and sharing my story of how I became a bail bondsman with my audience, I started to feel as if the pain and the anger that I felt from my ex-husband's betrayal was starting to disappear. I guess writing became my own therapy. 


I try to write in a funny and positive way to share with you my message, but the most important thing for me is for you to be entertained. I love finding ways of turning a negative situation or event into something positive! And perhaps, by sharing my experiences with you, it could help you in case you happen to be in a predicament similar to the ones I've gotten myself into. 


Most of the time when I write, I'm laughing my ass off with the things I come up with to describe a person or situation. Since I started working in Bail Bonds, I always carry a notepad inside my purse and an extra one inside my car. Initially the notepads were to write inmate information, but now, I use them to write blog topics, ideas, names of people, paragraphs, jokes, dates, etc., whatever I think I'll be needing later on.



I've also written a few very emotional posts and I wish I could tell you how many times I've cried while sitting in front of my computer. Domestic Violence is one of the topics that I haven't build the courage to write about yet. I've mentioned briefly in my blog a few incidents of the abuse I endured while I was married to Javier. But, I haven't talk about the extent of our abusive relationship because quite honestly I'm still trying to heal my emotional scars. I normally try not to think about those incidents, but after seven years of being away from Javier, I have to tell you that I'm still dealing with the guilt. I don't think that I've forgiven myself fully for allowing him to abuse me. It has been very hard for me to deal with all these emotions because I'm too ashamed of myself to even share those things with my closest friends. 


Since I started writing 5 years ago, this blog has landed me in court three times already!!! LOL! The first time, I was sued at the end of 2011 by an asshole in Victorville, CA who filed a restraining order against me! I won, but I haven't written about that case yet because I haven't had the time! The second time, was in 2013 when my ex-husband Javier was claiming that I was harassing him with my blog! And now, in 2015, I'm going to court again because I want to trademark my blog and I'm fighting against the James Bond people! Yep! That's a whole lot of pussies if you ask me! LOL! 


A few weeks ago, I received an email that read: "Just came across your blog. Freaking INSPIRING. And funny. And informative. And effective. And kick ass. Keep rolling!!"
But, I also have haters! The wonderful thing about my haters is that they always come back to read what I wrote! They are the ones who generate the "buzz" and tell other people to visit my blog! And I love them for doing that!!! LOL! ;-) 


I truly enjoy writing and I do it because it brings me joy to entertain you with my adventures and my shenanigans. I love receiving your emails where you're encouraging me to continue writing or reading about your opinions and your feedback on a topic I wrote. Even those of you who have told me to fuck off! I welcome your opinions too. LOL! It's always a pleasure for me to be able to reach so many people with this blog; even the local cops are now sending me ideas about topics I could write about. That's awesome!!! Thank you! <3 




Nancy Tiscareno - Super Bond Girl

Toll Free (855) 737-2245

Please visit: www.superbondgirl.com

Monday, March 9, 2015

You Couldn't Ignore Me If You Tried


"We're all pretty bizarre. Some of us are just better at hiding it, that's all."                                                                                ― The Breakfast Club






Nancy Tiscareno - Super Bond Girl 

Toll Free (855) 737-2245

Please visit: www.superbondgirl.com

Monday, March 2, 2015

Another 10 Things You Didn't Know About Me


I would like to start this blog post by thanking you for all your support, for all the wonderful emails I received last week, and for visiting my blog. Aww! You're all so very kind! Thank you very much! <3 

For those of you who are new to my awesome craziness, I just wanted to let you know that I usually update my blog every week on Monday. So, please come back to my blog any time you'd like. I always have something interesting to talk about. ;-) 

Back in October 2012, I wrote a blog post titled: "10 Things You Didn't Know About Me" If you haven't read that blog yet here's the link: http://superbondgirl.blogspot.com/2012/10/10-things-you-didnt-know-about-me.html
I decided to have some fun this week and write: "Another 10 Things You Didn't Know About Me" Enjoy! ;-)

No. 1:
Spanish is my first language. I can write, read and comprehend perfectly in Spanish. Obviously I have an accent when I speak English. But, the weird thing is that I also have an accent when I speak Spanish! Go figure? People are constantly trying to guess where my accent is from; and they usually say that I sound either Colombian, Argentinian or Spaniard. And when I tell them that I was born in Guatemala nobody believes me! So now, I just reply with, "I'm human" -who cares where I'm from! LOL! ;-) 

No. 2:
I haven't watched the news since 2012! I concluded that if I want to live a happy and productive life, I had to stop adding extra daily negativity to my positive natural energy by not watching the news anymore. All the news outlets are focused into spreading the "bad" things that are happening around the world instead of the good things. I believe that there are more "good people" than "bad people" in the world; but due to the media and the news, the "good people" think that they are the minority and powerless. When in reality, we are the majority and can kick anyone's ass! Any day! Any time! 




No. 3:
I love learning about other countries traditions and different languages. I'm fascinated especially with the Chinese, Indian and Arab cultures. <3 




No. 4:
I began applying "Feng-Shui" in my home since August 2014; and, I noticed an immediate increase in positive energy and harmony. I also began applying Feng-Shui in my office including the position of my desk and the way it's organized. Since most of my work is done from home, productivity has been awesome and money-making opportunities are literally knocking at my door. I'm now very strict in following the bagua. I don't think I would do anything that goes against Feng-Shui, from this point on. 

No. 5:
When I got divorced back in 2008, I made a promise to my kids. At the time my children were 8, 10 and 12 years old. I told them, 
"I promise to you, that I would not bring any man into our family that doesn't qualify to be a part of us. You would not see me jumping from one relationship into another. And if I ever introduce you to a man; it would be because he has proposed, I've accepted and we have set a wedding date. That means, that such a man would be 'the perfect man' for our family." 
Well, seven years have passed since I made that promise. My children are now, 15, 17 and 20 years old; and they've NEVER seen me with another man, other than when I was married to their father. Yep! I have to tell you that I feel so badass for still keeping my word. ;-) 




No. 6:
****  I  **** LOVE **** STAR WARS! <3 ****
This love affair started when I was nine years old with "Return of the Jedi" 




No. 7:
Obviously I'm not a "mushy" woman; but, I love red roses! If I'm dating a dude; and he surprises me by sending me or bringing me red roses, that's definitely someone that I want to get to know better. I don't mind moving my schedule around so I can spend more time with him. 

No. 8:
I hate the color gray! I would not buy anything that's gray! I think that gray is a very depressing color! Gray is disgusting! NO GRAY!!!!! Yuck! 




No. 9:
I sleep just like an Egyptian mummy! LOL! About 10 years ago, I read that dermatologists can tell in their patients faces what's their favorite sleeping position because the patients had more wrinkles on that particular side. I then look at myself in the mirror and I didn't had any wrinkles yet. So, I decided to start training myself to sleep facing up. I'm 41 now and no wrinkles! ;-) 





No. 10:
I've always been criticized about the way I walk! Lol! But, what most of you don't know is that I've been walking on my "tippy toes" since I took my very first steps! Even now, when I'm bare foot I still walk on my tippy toes! There's no way my whole foot is going to touch the floor, you know! LOL!!! I think this is the reason why when I began using high heel shoes it was like a second nature for me, so easy and effortless! My friend Mayra told me that someone who worked for another bail bond company in the Van Nuys area had told her, "Gosh! Nancy walks like her shit doesn't stink!" hahahahahahahaha!!!! Oh! my shit stinks, man! But, at least I look good when I walk! LMAO!!! Fucking haters! My "catwalk" is on point; and, they're still hating! Here's a sample:




In addition to my very peculiar "catwalk" (although I think at this point it should be called, "cougarwalk") LOL! every single time that I'm wearing those stellar stilettos the song "Vogue" by Madonna plays non-stop in my head! hahahahahaha!!! Yeah, baby! I just wake up and Vogue! hahahahaha!!! -Gosh! I love me! LOL!!! :-P 

So, there you have it! I hope you enjoy this post because I always laugh my ass off with all the shit I come up with! ;-) 



Nancy Tiscareno - Super Bond Girl

Toll Free (855) 737-2245

Please visit: www.superbondgirl.com