OK, so I first want to say I had so much fun watching Kim and Ken hanging the Golden Gate Bridge replica over their mantle with a single nail! Thank goodness her kids are full-grown, because that is not baby friendly! I think it's safe to say any dream of being a interior designer is quickly fading.
And wow, can I come back in my next life as Lisa's daughter? Those wedding invitations are divine! Lucky Pandi!
On a more serious note, I'm a little confused why the ladies are playing both sides of the coin with Camille and Taylor. They support Camille and tell her that she was right to bring up what Taylor confided in them. On the other hand, when Taylor is complaining about Camille, they don't say anything. Which is it, ladies? You can't have your cake and eat it too. Friends that act as a go-between are not real friends.
Coming from personal experience, when times get tough, that's when you realize who your real friends are! Unfortunately, I've had to deal with my fair share of fair-weather friends since being forced into the limelight a few years ago. Even now, some of my former best friends are selling false stories about me to the media. How terrible!OK, so Kennedy's birthday: first and foremost, the kids seem to have a wonderful time and Kennedy seemed to be truly happy with her mom and dad, and that made me happy to see.
The showdown music between Kim and me was hilarious!!! I looked so bewildered and nervous; it was uncomfortable for me to watch! Plus it was hard for me to wobble around on that boot. I did manage to make it across the grass to see Paul attempt that mechanical bull. I hope he's a bit smoother in the bedroom! Haha. The man's got heart; I'll give him that much! I'd also like to note that I think Dana was really underappreciated. She worked really hard and seriously broke a sweat putting that party together. I give props where they're do and Pammy deserved some!
OK. Until next time and Happy Turkey Day!
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