When asked if I would consider going on "The Millionaire Matchmaker" early this year, I happened to be surrounded by some of my dearest friends, who all said, "DO IT!" They all thought I had nothing to lose and really needed a push when it came to dating. Even my mother was excited to hear that I was making a sincere effort to take the time to be more social. Like me, ultimately she would love so much for me to get married and produce some grandkids.
I went into this with an open mind and heart, and I believe that I was tad naïve to say the least. I tried my best to do whatever Patti suggested, but I had absolutely no connection with anyone at the mixer and opted, after being yelled at by Patti, to go on a blind date.
Again I thought I had nothing to lose! My mistake.
My situation on the show was not that uncommon. How many times have you been introduced to someone with the hopes of meeting your prince charming but you guys just don't "click?" This happens many a time in the real world and normally ends with smile and send off of, "It was nice meeting you." This is what happened with Kevin and I, a very mundane ending. It had nothing to do with being a "celebrity dater." Patti's "diagnosis" could not be further from the truth, which is known to my family and friends.
I have learned much from this experience. Most importantly, you'll be happy to know that I haven't given up finding love, even in the most unconventional places and with the news of my two good friends recent engagements, I know that love is just around the corner for me.
Patti's unfair and snarky remarks about Sky in last nights episode remind me of the bullying one endures in school. Nothing like making snide remarks in order to increase ratings. Way to show your true colors Patti you are a mean spirited human who lashed out at someone to make yourself look better. I wouldn't of gone out with any of the men you presented to her on the show but instead of accepting your own failures as a "matchmaker" (who in fact can't "match" herself) you chose to attack your client.
You fail to mention Patti's main advice about putting love first if you really want to find it. It was obvious you were not following this advice when Kevin had to go to Miami for your date. The date itself, breakfast and tennis did not really give you a chance to get to know Kevin. Best of luck in your future. I hope you can learn to give love a chance - BEFORE your career, or you may end up very lonely.
Are you serious? Do you really think they didn't know Kevin was going to Miami to meet Sky? It's a tv show for Heavens sake! He seems like a nice guy, but it doesn't mean he was right for SKy... She will find love one day, sadly this show had no real potential matches for her to do so now!
Sky, maybe you should rely on friends and family to find you a partner since they know you best and travel and socialize in your own circle. But also reconsider squeezing in a date while you are at work, in between assignments and expecting it to go anywhere. Play tennis with friends or co-workers or that chance person on the court who needs a partner or maybe even an actual tennis date. You are a talented and beautiful woman, but you still have make time to find love.
The best part of the segment you were in was when the tall blond guy felt insulted because you and the other Millionaire Lady did not pick him and left. So count your blessings. Wishing for you to find the love of your life.
Sky, you need to quit the younger men and go for someone a bit older that is more secure, more stable and will take care of you. Something about you said that while you are very confident and successful that you would love being a man's little girl if you will. His princess. Hope you find your life mate. When you do, you will know it right away too I believe. It's not a feeling of like I want to date be with him or be with him but a feeling that you cannot survive a day without him. I hope you find your match.