As I drove home horrified, I just wanted to go ball up in a corner. I was so sad! Then I remembered what I tell people all the time, that when you allow someone to change your mood you give them power over you! I don't even know these people and will probably never run into them again, but they were able to shift my mood from happy to sad! Why? Don't let people have power over you, they should not be able to shift your mood when they don't matter to you. The funny thing is, later that evening I received a call from the writer and she said "Sheree, I loved you!" My response was, "Really? I couldn't tell!" Which validated my earlier thoughts, they were really auditioning for "my" cameras! Since getting the role, the shoot date has changed several times, they have been very inconsistent, it's just been an unprofessional mess! It was a good experience, but I realized that all money isn't good money!
Like I said before, I believe a wedding day should be a happy day, a proud day, and a wonderful experience. Watching the goings on the day of the wedding was pretty sad and hard to watch. From all of the crying (and not tears of joy), to her mom and sister feeling so strongly about this union to go as far as to hide the license, to people telling her it's not too late to run... Wow! It seemed to be a very sad day for most. Even at the wedding and after the ceremony there were no smiles, no laughter, no cheerfulness. However, they pulled it off. Cynthia looked great, and I wish Cynthia and Peter the absolute best.
I want to thank you guys for tuning in every week and being such loyal followers. I appreciate all of the responses on here as well as on Twitter (@IamSheree). I really hope you all enjoyed this season as much as I did!
Also, I wish all of the ladies success in their endeavors and many, many blessings. It was an awesome season!
Until next time,