Operation Beaver Snatch

Drew talks about his rescue mission with Tara and his heartbreak over Cody.

Let's start off where we left off with my argument with Courtney. I honestly don't think Courtney was blindsided by me. She was aware of her actions at DIFFA, and she knew what she said about me at DIFFA. I don't confront people unless I have a reason. Courtney knew what she wad doing and ended up in my line of fire. Look, Courtney and I are like cats and dog. We will get into confrontations from time to time, and we tend to rub each other the wrong way. But in the long term we will probably still be friends.

I have to agree with Matt -- bringing a date to an event and having her flirt with someone else isn't respectful. I feel like Neill was totally inappropriate. OMG, I have to say that kiss was so awkward looking. 

I was brutally honest with Courtney at lunch. She was more excited about the fashion at DIFFA than the actual cause. DIFFA was a big honor. I like to do charity work under the radar, because I don't do it to seek acknowledgement. As for Courtney, the moment she saw me she was all buddy-buddy, but when Daylon showed up she disappeared on me. Seriously, I'm used to being shoved away like garbage. I honestly don't think Courtney was aware of the rejection and hurt I have experienced. 

Operation Beaver Snatch! (PS: I was sporting some clothes from my old Ed Hardy days.) I named it Operation Beaver Snatch to be playful. Clearly Tara does this all the time, because the girl has bolt cutters, gloves, and high heels in her car. You don't see many women in Dallas with items like that. The house we went to was not even close to being safe. The yard was filled with trash and rusty pieces of metal. I would never let Coco or even my half brothers play in the yard. 

As for Courtney's date with Mark, I have to say, if it doesn't work out, can I have him? 

Courtney I have to take your advice, exes are an example of what you don't need. The best line I have heard from the whole episode.

Dinner with Cody… His moving to New York was a shock. Every time things get going with him, something gets in the way. Having him leave was tough, because I do love him. My heart sank when I heard the news. Look, I don't want Cody to go to New York, but I can't tell him not to go. I know this means a lot to him. Going to school in New York is his dream. 

That is all I have for this week. TTYL! And don't forget to follow me on Twitter @drewginsburg.

 

 

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I Left My Heart in San Francisco

Glenn may be sad about leaving Dallas, but he's looking forward to spending time with Rebecca.

Since this is the last episode, I am pretty bummed out! I am heading to Oakland, CA. Although I am going to miss all my friends here in Dallas, it's time for me to get back to work and start training for the football season coming up. Not to mention the fact that Rebecca lives in San Francisco and I will be able to hang out with her in such an amazing city (the same city where we first met).

It was fun getting Matt back out on the football field and having him throw the ball around with me and my buddy Brett (who is actually the punter now for the Houston Texans). I have known Brett for about eight years now and consider him the little brother that I always wanted.

It was hard for me at dinner to tell everyone that I was leaving. I didn't really know where to start, so I just came out and said it. I think I caught everyone by surprise, but they all knew eventually I was going to have to head back out there. They just didn't know when. I'm going to miss them while I am gone!

Neill's concert was a blast! She has such a catchy and pretty voice to say the least! It was definitely a good way to send me off, having everyone there and enjoying each other's company. I really hope this isn't the last time I talk with you guys. I enjoyed writing these blogs each week and hearing your responses.

In our downtime follow me on Twitter @glennpakulak. Until next time!

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