Cast Blog: #RHOA

Cynthia's Catty Comments

Porsha was surprised to hear some of the things Cynthia had to say about her this week.

Hello my loves! I hope you all had a great weekend. I know I did. This Saturday the Stewarts partied family style! Our neighbor Jen is moving away, therefore she had a going away party and we all had a blast. By the end of the night parents and kids were jumping around singing Locked out of Heaven by Bruno Mars, LOL! We are truly going to miss their family being so close. Our neighborhood is very close knit, and we all wish the Rabb family a blessed transition to their new home.

I'm also in the process of trying to decide if I want to steal my mom’s (Ms. Diane's) new puppy. He is a Chihuahua/Dachshund mix. I posted pictures of him on my Instagram (PorshaDStewart). The only issue is my Pomeranian Neko *snob* is not feeling him at all. As you guys leave comments, give me some advice in how to help my pets blend.

By the way I was so blessed to spend another birthday with my beautiful mom! Thank God for mothers! She is always there for me and strengthens me when I need it. 

Let’s jump right in to the show! Last night’s episode was crazy, and what do you know, in the first scene there I am cutting up, LOL! First let me say I really had no intention of getting upset with her. By the time we met up, I was over her and trying to fix things, but I figured maybe time had helped her to change a little. Reluctantly I accepted the invite, but not to my surprise while I'm sitting there listening I just couldn't take the way she was addressing the situation with all the "she says, she says" mess. I'm a grown woman, so I’m used to being straight forward. We are just too different, and it is what it is. I don't believe friendship will be in the cards for us. So long! #ByeAshy LOL! 

All right now let’s discuss my "buddy" Ms. Cynthia. I was so excited for my "friend" when she told me she wanted to branch out and start doing pageants. I'm a very encouraging friend, and when you are a part of my circle of friends, I'm going to be there for you as much as I can. Therefore when she asked me to help her by getting my family's charity involved with her pageant, I was happy to oblige. As soon as I arrived at the meeting, Cynthia began to share details with me about her pageant. She mentioned having someone perform, asked if I sing, and I told her yes. From that point on she and I discussed the song I would perform -- her favorite, Eye on the Sparrow. While I was watching the show, I was shocked by the shady comments Cynthia made in her interview. Here we go, total confirmation of why I felt a little leery of assisting her so closely. When I decide to do something, I'm all in and want to see my friends win. Last night I was hurt by the cattiness Cynthia displayed, I just hope it's not a sign of what's to come. *side eye* 

Man, I tell you, this is a stressful situation. I am a real housewife and live an everyday lifestyle, so I'm not accustomed to women acting this way. It’s just starting to seem like there's going to be some shade at every turn. I genuinely care for her, and I just hope I'm wrong. But if not, I now have tough skin and can roll with the punches.

Well guys I need to go pick up my pooch from the groomer. Until next time!

P.S. To all the women out there raising a family and taking care of your household, don't let anyone tell you that your efforts and what you do does not have value or isn't work! All the love, caring, prayers, and labor it takes to raise a family is a wonderful thing and a blessing to have. Be encouraged!I just wanted to share a poem with you, Maria Costanza’s A Woman's Heart and Soul. I love it and encourage you to read it! Have a great week!

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