Bravotv.com: Did you get to visit the hobbit house?
Phaedra Parks: No, we were not able to fit it in our busy schedule. However, I am planning to return soon.
Bravotv.com: Were you glad that you sat down one-on-one with Kenya?
PP: Yes, because we finally had an opportunity to express our feelings to each other without being interrupted by anyone else's unnecessary contributions; we were able to have a real one-on-one conversation. It was not easy to let my guard down with someone whom seemed to relish in my hardships and played such a role in bringing conflict to my life. This conversation was a long time coming, and we were led to this moment by a force greater than both of us, so I decided to have faith, embrace the moment, and let go.
Bravotv.com: Do you think you and Kenya can sincerely move forward?
PP: Words cannot be unsaid, stories cannot be untold, and old experiences no longer unfold. As I have said before, wounds require air to heal, and I think this conversation was the air. Ultimately, time will tell, but no matter what happens, I have a clear conscience knowing that I truly listened to what Kenya had to say. Hopefully, Kenya received my expressions as they were intended.