Taylor Armstrong

Taylor doesn't think there's anything wrong with a little injectable here and there.

on Oct 14, 2010

Well, here we go! When I embarked upon this adventure, I did so with excitement and a little trepidation. I have had a lot of fun, a few tears, and even some regrets. The time has come for you to watch as we open our lives, our hearts, and our homes. I hope you enjoy our journey!

On our first outing as The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, my friend, Adrienne, took us to a Sacramento Kings basketball game. It was the first opportunity for the girls to get to know one another, and we had a fantastic time. I did  feel a bit of tension with Kim during the game, however. I did my best to talk to her but, there was a wall, and I wasn’t ready to climb it. I'm not sure if she is not a "girl's girl," or if it's just me but, time will tell. 

I had another outing with Adrienne in Episode 1 ... a visit to her husband's office, Dr. Paul Nassif, Plastic Surgeon. I know, I know, plastic surgery and Beverly Hills ... a little predictable. Here's my position: A little here and there goes a long way. I think it's a personal choice and well ... I chose it. I prefer to have Botox and fillers now in hopes of avoiding a radical procedure later. Unfortunately, I have seen dramatic procedures leave beautiful ladies looking nothing like the original. I am comfortable with having injectables, and it makes me feel better when I look in the mirror. It is part of my reality, so I shared it with you. It didn't hurt a bit, and I hope it wasn't too painful to watch!

And speaking of looking younger, I need to set the record straight. I was joking around about my husband leaving me for a twenty year old. There is a Beverly Hills stereotype regarding young women and much older men. My hubby is eight years older than I, and since women are so much more mature than men (wink wink!), our age range is just perfect.