Not Getting the Whole Big Apple
Jenni thinks Chaz wanted a VIP to design his VIP space in New York.
Zoila is "Lupe, Lupe, Lupe" over it.
Then over candy and wallpaper we discovered we would not be the only designer on the new east coast hair studio.
I know Jeff was disappointed when Chaz informed us that we would not be designing the entire N.Y. salon.
My thought: He wants a VIP to design a VIP space. Size does not matter, performance does.
The voice of reason, Jeff, finally put a stop to Stacey's "performance art," and to my relief, I would no longer be cast as "Heather"...
I finally snapped and gave Stacey a style tip and some advice: Client/employee boundaries are a delicate dance that she has not yet mastered.
Her too much information was a gold medal in the crossing the line Olympics.
We have all been boundary challenged at Jeff Lewis' office. Two expensive personal therapists have helped me realize that.
Deb found cattle calling what looked like working girls...appropriate to blow off a little of our job-loss steam. Oh, Deb! Sorry, Mom! Back to the therapist!
Next week another one bites the dust...
Design not malign.
I want it to be a beautiful day at Jeff Lewis' office!