The shoe event. I knew Dwight would be there and my intention was to avoid him. As a married woman, I was thinking everything at this point. I've never done anything to Dwight, and if I did, I didn't know it. So when he approached with the "I don't get a hug" BS, I somehow gave up my power, which I vowed to never do again. He showed me how low down and dirty of a friend he was, and I don't want to be around people that would even take me there. Hopefully I can stay true to this.
Well I saved Phaedra for last. "MISS FAKE'DRA" I like to call her in this episode. Boy did she and Dwight suck all the air out the room with the BS! "The flute," talking about the glass she and Dwight were drinking out of as if we can't see that. Dwight saying to her, "Be careful, you don't wanna mess up those minx toes." Which by the way is played! I thought the newest thing was the gel nails or your natural nails with polish. Oh they talked designers and jewelry. Girl, didn't you watch the show before joining? We've already had the fake bs, superficial materialistic self centered stuff done on the show before, and it didnt go over well with the viewers. A smart business woman would have come with a strategic game plan in place. I guess years of college couldn't teach that, because that's common sense.
Fake'dra saying that she's known me since childhood. Well I wonder why I didn't know her. It's true we're from the same home town and even attended the same high school, but as a child, I never played jump rope, hop scotch, red light green light, kick ball, or hand ball with her. I was a freshman in college and she was a freshman in high school. I don't know what neighborhood she grew up in or who her family is. In fact, I just met her mother the same time the rest of the girls met her, which was just a few months ago. Oh don't you dare forget she said I wasn't "very lady like," but I was the first person she wanted to hug when she walked in the shoe event. Well Fake'dra if you like it, I love it! Sorry we didn't get a chance to play together as kids, but "tag you're it!"
Always your girl,