I know there's no good reason for breaking promises, but having spent some coffee time earlier on with Kimberly, my perspective is more supportive of her, her efforts, and her wonderful husband Mark. This is not an excuse, but my opinion from the times we spent talking about pool. Kimberly as a kid lived in Denver, and basically her and her siblings were raised in a pool room by a wonderful man that took all of em under wing, and socially raised them as their parents were not able too and I don't know enough about that, but all the praise she gave the room owner for basically ''saving'' her and family members....the room owner was a stand up guy. She worked, educated herself, made bank and then I guess met Mark and married. Her health and vision declined in life, and as we all know, in business your health is #1 before one ventures into a NEW business, but she had Mark and her son to help out. With her health waning, and maybe she realizing life was to be shortened she moved quickly to save others who had a similar past, and there are quite a few in the pool room. She wanted to save as many pool players lives as she could, because she and her siblings were given common sense and helped out as children. She's a voracious worker, and I think trying to do too much for too many....was what may have shortened her situation to what it's presently come too. I hope she's well, but I think she got into the pool world again thinking she'll do the same as the room owner in Denver did to save her and family....but the pool world and society is quite different than when she was a child....that's how I see it.