Remember not so long ago when some of you were asking when Season 5 was going to really get the Crazy Train in motion? Well, that Crazy Train is moving full force through Beverly Hills, and it doesn’t appear to be slowing anytime soon. There are times when I'm enjoying the ride, times when I'm pissed off, and times when I'm just plain dumbfounded by what's going on. The bottom line is, I'm always looking for the best way to deal with what comes my way.
There are two different ways I could write this blog: I could choose to utilize my energies by calling out discrepancies, pointing out behaviors I don’t agree with and bringing my dignity down where it doesn’t belong, or I could choose to take this opportunity to be reflective of my own behaviors and the role I choose to play among my fellow Housewives.
I choose the latter.
First and foremost, I always do my best to come from a place of truth and compassion. I try to make sure that my intentions are good and my conscience is clear each and every day. I may not always succeed and sometimes find myself falling down that rabbit hole of drama, but I try to learn from my mistakes. There is always a lesson to be learned. This is how we evolve and we must be forgiving of ourselves and one another in order to do so.
With that said, I do believe everyone's behavior speaks for itself and that behavior will always have consequences, both positive and negative. Everyone needs to own their sh--, particularly if they’re inclined to dish it out. There has been plenty of weird behavior so far, and you don't need me to break it down piece by piece. Except for maybe the look on Lisa V.'s face when I went in for that smooch! I mean, I get it! Could you imagine these babies coming at you? But in the words of Katy Perry, "I kissed a girl and I liked it!"
“Above all, be the heroine of your life, not the victim.” -Nora Ephron