Cynthia Bailey

Cynthia talks about hosting the ladies for Mother's Day and selects her favorite parts of the episode.

on Nov 1, 2010

Anyway, back to social network again, and then I promise to let it go. For some reason I am obsessed with trying to draw a parallel between social networking and my hosting a Mother's Day brunch for five women that recently came in to my life. Maybe I am over thinking this, and there is no parallel. Okay, forget the whole social network thing (however I do recommend the movie), and let's stick to the show. I should be getting paid to promote the movie at this point. All right already. In closing, I enjoyed this episode. I wish Kandi well with her situation with Riley's dad, I pray that things work out for the best. I really tried to make the ladies feel comfortable and at home. I felt like we were all laughing and having a good time until Peter had to open his big mouth. I love Peter, but he should have listened to me and been more sensitive. Any guests in our home should arrive happy campers, and leave happy campers. Needless to say, there were no candied yams, sugar (of any kind), peppermints, pancake syrup, Cool Whip, molasses, Lemon Heads, Jaw Breakers, Pop Rocks, Fun Dip, Now or Laters, or Starbursts used in our bedroom that night.

I really hope you guys enjoyed the show, and thanks so much for all of your comments (the nice ones more so than the mean ones). Being new to the show, I do read all my comments daily, and I appreciate you all taking the time to give me your thoughts. I am far from perfect and don't mind being called out if am in the wrong or misunderstood. If you aren't already, please follow me on twitter @cynthiabailey10, and friend me on Facebook. You guys usually love my blogs, but I was a little all over the place on this one. Forgive me if I disappoint. Thank you a million times for all the love and support!


Cynthia Bailey and Ms. Cindi B