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Rachel is truly one of the strongest women I know. Knowing her for over six years now, I am barely surprised by the maj things that constantly enter her life. I always expected Rachel and Rodger to become parents; although the news totally caught me off guard. I just couldn't see where she would find the time.
Of course, she finds the time in one of the busiest and biggest moments of her life -- while conquering styling, media, QVC, and now her own collection.
Luckily for RZ she has found a diamond in the ruff also known as Mandana. She is one of the smartest women I know, and she kicks ass when it comes to business and fashion. Rachel really feels at peace for the first time since I've known her, and I think a lot of it has to do with adding Mandana to her team. It's a real blessing when you find great quality people who you can trust. It really makes work and life more FUN!
The most exciting time of Rachel's life is in full effect, but instead of enjoying it shes in "execu-b---h mode" and she has to be. . .How else will anything come together? Rachel becoming a designer is the smartest thing she has ever done, besides marrying Rodger. She just has it -- that "it" factor. She is so talented and has the best taste, and she really knows what women want to see in there closets and on there bodies. She's a mad genius, and it's infectious! There is never a moment where she doesn't inspire me.
Finding balance is key, and I think for her it's surrounding herself with people that not only know what there doing, but have only the best intentions doing so.
Hello Joey, Rachel is so lucky to have you as a friend. She needs all the love. Yes, she's a mad genius and that's why she surrounds herself with happy people. The best thing is that Roger understands that. I wish that more reality TV was this enjoyable. Let the games begin!
Hi Joey, I so enjoy the show and your participation in it. My question is this, I have a grand-daughter who is extremely talented in her chosen field of cosmetology and it has been her dream to come to Hollywood to do hair and makeup in the "industry". Have you ever thought of taking on an intern to help you now that Rachel's business is mushrooming? I maybe out of line to inquire but if you don't ask you never know. I know you are very busy but I would really appreciate it if you could take few minutes to answer me. She is going to be here from Seattle next week and I plan to bring her into the city for the day on Tuesday. Thanks again Joey for keeping Rachel's hair and makeup so beautiful she is truly an inspiration even to me at 72 years of age. Sincerely, Dorothy Wright