Cast Blog: #BETHENNY

Senioritis

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

The Balloony Bin

Typical Bethenny

That's My Final Offer

Pure Bliss

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

Senioritis

Julie explains what was going through her mind as it was the beginning of the end with Bethenny.

Well everyone it's the beginning of the end as I attempt to hand Jackie the reins of everything in this episode. Bethenny speaks of me having "senioritis," but in fact I was trying to let Jackie take over so that I can help to answer any questions.

When they were preparing for Aspen, Dawa was so cute. She gives honest answers and that is so refreshing. I bet she never thought her nanny job would involve fashion.

I love that Bethenny and Brooke went searching for art on the street. They found some unique pieces that will go great in the new apartment.

The Aspen trip was so fun for me to watch because I wasn't there, so I was seeing everything from your perspective. Bethenny is a pretty awesome snowboarder, and Jackie and Jason could hang too. It was a blessing that I wasn't there because I would have for sure tried to keep up and probably injured myself.

Having a "ladies who lunch" outing with Bethenny was not a normal thing. It was really nice to sit and talk. I knew she was starting to realize that I wasn't going to be around everyday.

Change is hard, but, as I always have said, I am a phone call away to give her support on any level. And that rings true -- even now months after I have stopped working with her daily we still talk and visit.

Until next week!

Xo Julie