On the Journey
Brandi asks you to bear with her for the rest of her Housewives experience.
I want to start off with a big, heartfelt THANK YOU! As unwelcome as I first felt when I started this Housewives journey, it doesn't even compare to how overwhelmed I now am by the outpouring of support and love from all of the amazing RHOBH fans. (Here's looking at you Melly from North Carolina! Thanks for your call on Watch What Happens Live last night!)
It’s true: I was so nervous to see how this season was going to play out, but so far, so fabulous. The best part? I am just being me! All of the wonderful responses I have received mean so much, because what you see on camera is 100 percent me -- F-bombs and all!
As I said last week, I’m done talking about Game Night (if you have any questions, check out last week's blog). To be honest, I don't really want to get into Spa Day either. I know you have questions, but as you can see on TV, it was painful then and it still hurts now.
But here's the good news: were moving past it -- all of us. I don't need to rehash how Kyle made me feel, why I was driven to tears, or why it's never a good idea to rock a onesie when you're on crutches. You saw the episode, so you should already know: none of it was good.
What I will say: Adrienne Maloof never needs to leave her house. Ever. Personal chef? Check. Fully operational spa and spray tan booth? You betcha. Trampoline? Hollllaaa! Her house is so amazing. I don't even think she'd notice if I moved in with my two boys and our pups (Chica and Sugarhead).
To wrap this up: I appreciate everyone standing up for me so very much, but no one is perfect. I am the first to admit it. I've had my fair share of missteps and have said things I shouldn't have. I'm done being angry with the ladies (even Pam) and the fans should be too. It gets worse before it gets better, so I'll still count on my amazing fans for support and to pick me up when I fall.
Please go on this ride with me. There will be ups and downs. I can't promise you that I’m not going to speak out of turn or do things I shouldn't, but I can promise you that I will always be authentic. I will always be me. And I will always appreciate your support.
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