Excuses, Excuses, Excuses...
Dr. Simone, my dear friend, my under pressure, over worked friend, my very forgetful friend, and, most importantly, my friend who obviously loves to drink while bowling. Please stop with the excuses and own that your behavior towards my husband and my marriage was wrong.
Not only are you defending childish and unladylike actions, but you are seemingly forgetting, again, that you pushed MY hand aside while gyrating on MY husband. You have shown very little respect for our friendship and you continue to be foolish. You came across as unstable, while walking within a very quiet neighborhood, yelling at another adult. You're educated, respected physician acting like an indignant fool in the street while someone is trying to have a conversation with you. Seemingly, it wouldn't have mattered where I decided to discuss your behavior, you would have over reacted anyway.
One thing for sure, I continue to learn and acquire wisdom when dealing with this group of ladies. I would like to say I'm surprised that Jackie didn't have a private lemon squeeze with Simone in reference to their behavior, but that would be a lie. Seemingly they don't hold each other accountable for their wrong doings. Simone could have told Jackie that she was wrong for approaching a stranger about their weight in such a rude manor and Jackie could have told Simone she was not only disrespecting my relationship, but her own.
I believe that the reason why the ladies attack my intelligence and choice to be a stay at home mom is simple logic. I make "Mommy" look so damn good, they're envious! How could you attack a woman for wanting her kids to always have a parent available to them? How could you be so reckless to say these things, when your own children are constantly complaining about your absence? I guess Simone is so used to not being around for her family, that it seems foreign to see another woman doing it well. Take a page from my book, be there for you husband, children, and friendships. If you put them first, above all else, you'd probably be a lot happier. My husband loves to make my dreams come true, because I make his dreams a reality as well.
Very Happy Stay at Home Mom
Mrs. Toya Bush-Harris