I was going to start my blog this week discussing the many lies that seem to fall from Mariah's mouth every time that she opens it, but after watching the the footage of the breast cancer walk, it seemed a complete waste of both my time and my energy.
I was inspired watching these women on the Atlanta walk to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research. To the see the survivors and the family members who have lost loved ones to the terrible disease was both sad and inspiring. It once again reclaimed my beliefs that when women come together for the greater good, amazing things can be achieved.
I now understand fully why Dr. Jackie does not get involved in the petty bickering of the other ladies, as she values life, more than most. Anyone who has faced a health challenge as serious at this, is reborn with a new respect for ones time and Dr. Jackie faced it and conquered it, twice. It makes all of the other stuff so unimportant.
I was glad that I was able to apologize to Quad for any misunderstanding that we had, but was nervous at the same time about our coming together, as her comments had deeply hurt me. Her lies about my marriage and her insults about anorexia were callous and calculated, and she wanted to hurt me, far more than I had ever hurt her. As I walked into the restaurant, I said to myself over and over "Do not say psychologist, do not say psychologist," and of course that was the word that came out. I am so dumb sometimes, but my heart is always in the right place.
I was not at all surprised to hear that it made Mariah "gag" to hear my knowledge of fine wines, when her favorite is "Chateau la douche." But before you go out trying to find the special varietal, I must let you in on a secret. It is just the joke name I have for very cheap wines.
Lastly, I want to address my comment that Mariah came from "nothing." This is not meant in any way as an insult, as I myself came from nothing. I respect those who make despite the lack of a silver spoon. Mariah has always said that she came from simple beginnings and I admire what she has been able to create in her life.
Until next week.
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