Living in Los Angeles, I have been to some pretty interesting dinner parties, but none quite so bizarre as the one that took place on this week's episode. As if tensions weren't high enough with just the six of us, at dinner, we added three more girls to the mix.
I had high hopes that the conflict from New York would end once we were together again at Camille's, but the addition of the extra guests fueled the fire.
Allison DuBois is a medium, meaning she communicates with the dead. All I can say is, I hope the conversations she has with the dead go more smoothly than the ones she has with the living. From the moment we met Allison, it seemed as though she was sizing each of us up in preparation for conflict. And by the way, what is her deal with electronic cigarettes? Mauricio and Kyle have one of the strongest marriages I have ever witnessed, and the fact that Allison attacked their marriage proves to me that she may be a medium, but she is certainly not a psychic. To top it all off (as usual) when things got heated, Kim decided to start in with me. I'm not sure where the tension between Kim and me comes from, but we really need to put it to rest. I was already frustrated by the other girls' arguments, and the last thing we needed were additional problems. With tensions at an all-time high, I simply couldn't take it anymore. That's when I stood up and declared that we had had enough! At that point, I could tell nothing was going to get resolved and it would be best to end the evening. As we drove away from Malibu, I couldn't help but wonder how we got here and how in the heck we were going to get the wheels back on this bus.
I want to thank all of you for your support after last week's challenging episode. Your kind words have meant the world to me and to the women and children of the 1736 Family Crisis Center.
Until next week, xx Taylor Follow me on twitter @TaylorATweets