Cast Blog: #SHAHS

Asa, The Bikini Genie

Asa is sorry for calling MJ a pill popper at dinner.

Still in Cabo with the crew!

I 100 percent am owning to the fact that it was wrong to call MJ "a pill popper" in that setting. I am genuinely concerned for my friend. But as I said in my last blog, I actually had NO idea that this was such a sensitive subject and that she would be defensive to the point that she was. She called me every disgusting name in the book.

I am beginning to realize that MJ has a real problem and that she needs help and that it is stupid to argue with her like that. I did learn a good lesson.

I am going to send her love and light and take all the ugly things she says to me/about me with a grain of salt.

On a lighter note: The yacht was so much fun. I am always the Bikini Genie. Haha. Sun, fun, and small bikinis!!!

And the club was Epique. We danced ALL night! I literally need to throw that caramel silk jumper out after that night. Haha

This was such a memorable trip filled with amazing memories and also some great life lessons.

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MJ: Vida Wiped the Floor with Us

MJ opens up about Pablo's death and the epic ping pong game with her mother.

The day that Pablo's little heart gave out was one of the most shocking and sad things for me to accept. I always imagined that I would have to be heavily sedated the day this happened, inconsolable and mad. But that's not what happened. Although I was in shock, I just kept walking on Santa Monica Boulevard, taking the long way home with him in my arms wrapped in a blanket. I stared at him, and just tried to take in the last moments possible. I wanted to feel the weight of his little body in my arms and say goodbye to his sweet little face. This little man of mine is gone. I worried about Julio and how this would impact him. Julio has never known life without his big brother. I worried about how the news would impact my mom and dad. I was terrified to tell them that it happened. I came home and called Pablo's veterinarian. They gave me the three options: burial, cremation, and taxidermy. I called the taxidermist and followed their instructions. He had to be frozen until the taxidermist could receive him. I realize that most people would have dropped him off and had him cremated, but that process is not something I was prepared to do.

Vida was the regional ping pong champion of her time, and apparently very much a champion to this day. Vida's skills have not weakened over the years. She wiped the floor with our asses. Golnesa and I could not keep up with her! Two against one would seem unfair, and Golnesa and I are pretty athletically well rounded -- we ski, we play lots of sports pretty well. Nonetheless, our minds were blown by Vida, and I am proud that she was so dang good! She definitely beat us in that sport, but luckily I inherited my parents’ good genes and am glad to know that she has something to do with the other sports that I excel in.

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