For Kim to attempt to undermine my husband, who has always been supportive, was rather irritating to say the least. He apologizes next week for questioning whether she had been drinking, as if that had been responsible for her aggression aimed at him. I am adamant in the fact that Ken should not have suggested whether she had been drinking, but, likewise he is (as am I) mystified by much of her behavior. But we are definitely supportive in her quest for sobriety. Actually in retrospect, when I realize I have no chance of guarding her old socks -- that is a comfort if our relationship ever went forward.
So my friends, if I am ever remiss in closing the bathroom door when millions could be watching, please close it for me.
Please don't feel pressured to come to an event for my children. If you are participating in a charity, on the other side of the country, and have no idea what time you are returning, a gift is more than sufficient.
Please snatch the bottle from my hand if I am inebriated and potentially making a fool of myself in front of the world.
Additionally, feel free to mock my illness, my accent, or state I have never been to a grocery store or that I have more attitude than a superstar, when I spend 80 percent of my time working my ass off. Don't worry as I will not take offense or call you on it.
Also please check my blog, Kyle, dated Feb. 4 where I only stated that "When Kyle once again raises the subject of NippleGate I know where this is going." Oh dear what a cardinal sin to have ever written that.
And there we have it, a ridiculously complicated scenario, conjured up out of diddly squat.
Oh and one more request, please, dearest "friends" on the reunion couch. Do me the honor and -- get the hell off my back.
Have a good week.