Faye's Definition of a Lady
Lisa's not concerned about what Faye thinks makes a lady, or about attending Adrienne's parties.
We are almost at the close of what has been a turbulent season. Friendships faltered and relationships divided. . .but some went from strength to strength.
I loved watching the massage we had. It was so funny that it confirmed why my friendship with Brandi continues to flourish. Yes, I know I can't support everything she says. We have established that. But I believe that her intentions are good. However if she truly believes someone is hypocritical, they will not have a chance in getting away with it.
I had decided not to attend Adrienne's party. I wasn't welcome there, in all honesty. Her chef has been vicious about me on social media and in the press numerous times and was clearly directed by somebody. Also, Adrienne, I can no longer regard in the same way. Another party paid for by sponsors capitalizing on the publicity that ensues from these parties was not for me.
I viewed with sadness the patronizing manner in which she continues to address her husband. The high jinx of him clowning around was one of the reasons we always loved him, but her efforts to emasculate him constantly baffle me. He is basically a good guy and although he has been thoroughly detrimental about me in the past, I am aware he was coerced. He reached out to me after I voiced a modicum of support in the midst of some serious allegations. He apologized profusely and has repeatedly come to my restaurants and attempted to resolve things. We have supported him in our belief in standing up for what was right and try to support him through what has been a difficult time.
We then witness Marisa exposing the obviously playful text from Brandi until Yolanda stepped in. This is why I love her. . .her no nonsense type of attitude. Faye shows up with her input, which when I saw the footage disgusted me.
I was the one who knocked on the door, opened it as they were all gossiping outside at the party.
Yes she was having a good old snog as we say in England. What is wrong with that?However I knew this was a fuel for many if I didn't intervene. Now would she have taken it further? I don't know you will have to ask her. . .but she didn't.
Anyway onto more important things like arranging our party. Kevin Lee trouser-less was one of the reasons I adore him -- he's an avant-garde eccentric character that never fails to amuse me.
This was our anniversary but we were all aware that it would also be our final party of the season, where we do include many who have been involved in our circle. Taylor had a plus one and had invited Linda, which worried me for a second but Yolanda quickly reassured me all was well.
Yolanda and Brandi confronted Marisa on what went down at Adrienne's party. I was intent on staying as far away from that conversation as possible but Faye, of course, comes and inserts herself in the middle of it. I would hazard a guess she was looking for trouble.
It worries me that she perceives the definition of a lady can be defined by a handbag. There are many women I would have interest in hearing their opinion of what makes a lady -- Resnick is not one of them. Her reputation precedes her.
Anyway you will see what transpires next week. Until then...I always read your comments. I love your support in regard to DWTS and thank you for watching. . .
Love always, Lisa.