Julie discusses Thanksgiving traditions, the SkinnyGirl plant, and what happened to the other salad.
I can't believe the season is a little more than halfway done. You have all been so supportive of my job and my biggest cheerleaders. So many of you have reached out and said the nicest things. Being a part of Bethenny's world isn't always easy, but with all of you supporting me it's a lot easier!
Ice skating. . .I just have no words. She was seriously skating at six in the morning for four hours. Then I would get to the office when she was getting home and tell her the schedule for the day. I felt so bad, but life had to go on. I am so proud of her for doing so well. She earned it!
As you can tell by Jason and my reactions, we were so shocked Bethenny wanted to have a Thanksgiving dinner with guests. I think she got excited about this being the first holiday as a family and Bethenny does love to entertain -- she just doesn't have a lot of time to do it. Jason and I grew up very similarly, so when Bethenny asks how things are done Jason and I often have the same answers. It drives her nuts but she loves giving us a hard time about it. It's all in good fun.
As far as moving the table -- this is exactly the way that things go down with the three of us. Everything is a production.
Things were super busy around the office, but I am glad that Bethenny decided to go away with Jason and see the SkinnyGirl Margarita bottling plant. When she got home she was so excited to tell me all about it and so excited for me to see it on the episode.
Seeing all of the bottles and the vats of her SkinnyGirl recipe had to be so overwhelming for Bethenny. It was just an idea two years ago and now look at it. . .
Oh and I did order them more than one salad for the plane! I think the pilot must have eaten it before they got there!