Cast Blog: #BETHENNY

Pure Bliss

Unbelievable

Follow Your Heart

Blow-Up

The House That Booze, Dreams, and Passion Built

Memory Lane

The Sunny Side of the Street

Play Hard

SkinnyBunnies

Senioritis

The Balloony Bin

Typical Bethenny

That's My Final Offer

The Reflecting Pool

And the Mariachi Band Played On

Left Field

Agita All Around

Something's Gotta Give

Big Shoes to Fill

The End of an Era

To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Plake

A Straight Shooter

The Power of the Press

Baby Fish Mouth

California Dreamin'

Buckle Up

The Dressing Suite

Like No Other

The Spy Who Skated With Me

I Fly Above

The Bond Is Strong

No More Boats

Land, Ho!

A Fever Pitch

All that Drama

Laundry Day

Sea of Love

Chock-full of Nuts

Addicted to Laughter

Stop and Realize

Fountains of Dwayne

Pure Bliss

Bethenny explains why RaRa means so much to her and how she deals with Jason and her arguments.

Many people have asked me about why I chose RaRa as opposed to someone else like Julie. Julie is wonderful with Bryn and when she gets to New York she always visits. But RaRa is really like a second mother to Bryn and there is a difference. Of all of our friends, it is RaRa who goes out of her way to take Bryn to the park or the museum. She is the one who can't go two weeks without seeing Bryn. It is a parents' instinct and we made the right choice.

Regarding my arguing with Jason in Mexico: it has been a stressful year in many ways. My fans are so protective and so worried, and for that I'm so lucky. It is so difficult to go there and show it all but it is so worth it. This is my life. It ain't always pretty.

RaRa is with me probably more than anyone in the world. I feel like she's always at my house. She has been there for me when I've really needed her. She is a great person and she always says the spot-on thing. We love her with all of my heart. As I write this, she is playing makeup with my little bumble bee before she does mommy's makeup.

Hermano was so much fun. If I tell you that I bought a sarong every single day and haven't worn one since, I am not exaggerating. It isn't about the money. If I had ten billion dollars, I still wouldn't just throw money away. Fair is fair and you give people who need it more than fair. Beach side robbery isn't fair.

The paddle boarding was absurd. It was practically a monsoon, and we decided to participate in a group sport. Don't be intimidated by that scene. It can be the easiest sport in the world in calm waters. That was a "blank" show.

The couple's massage was typical us: morons. We find humor in the simplest things. That's who we are very often when we're together and not bickering with each other.

My birthday dinner was perfection: the place, the people, the intimacy. That was my idea of pure bliss.

I need to end on one final note. I am so thankful to you my loyal and devoted fans. The show is true and real, and it is difficult for you (and I) to watch. I read all of your emails and Tweets and Facebook posts and I really appreciate your advice. I know many of you relate and understand -- and some of you don't. Sometimes I get in my own way. I definitely beat myself up. I constantly try to evolve, but this is who I am.

I value you all so much. Thanks for watching. It makes it all worth it.