Yolanda H. Foster

Yolanda shares her thoughts on Joyce and Brandi's behavior in Palm Springs.

on Dec 9, 2013

Instead of going back to high school, we should have gone all the way back to kindergarten and picked straws, which would have been much more fun and fair.
I feel that when you take the responsibility to host something, it is your job to make sure that all your guests are taken care of equally.

Being in the desert where it’s 120 degrees in a bathing suit with nobody wanting to get wet was the most uncomfortable poolside experience I ever had. Kyle and Joyce were talking about skinny dipping that same night in the same pool, so the whole "I can't swim” excuse was an absolute lie.

Brandi's racial comment was uncalled for. The bigger picture here is that sadly nobody wanted to get in the pool because they are so critical of themselves and competing with each other. They don't want to mess up their hair and makeup and expose who and what they really are.

I found the conversation regarding Carton’s religion stimulating and informative. It’s because of people who seem to think their God is much more powerful than others that we have so many wars in this world. Being raised by a Catholic father, a Protestant mother, and marrying the Muslim father of my three children, I encourage people to respect and at least try to understand different religions.

The interaction between all seven of us at the dinner table was an absolute insult to the intelligence of women. Seeing a two-hour dinner condensed down to five minutes just makes things even worse. In my own defense, even if it did not look like it, I will and have always been supportive of celebrating women and their success. I definitely showed interest in Joyce’s new show Siberia and even tweeted about it.