Hello Bravo lovers,
Tonight’s episode was fascinating to watch as the plot thickens and the story unfolds...
As I previously stated, I have chosen to no longer engage in the Munchausen story but rather preserve my energy and use it where necessary in my healing process. It is important for me to stay on my path of gratitude. I choose to follow the knowledge and clarity of knowing who I am and what I stand for rather than participating in insincere gossip about my disease.
I must say, though, that tonight's revelations are shocking, and if Rinna's statements are true, this will not be the last we hear of it.
Rinna made it sound like me cancelling dinner was some disloyal gesture to Erika, yet, what she didn't know was that when Erika invited me, I had already committed to brunch across the street with Brandi and Kim to celebrate Kim's birthday, which I had previously missed.
Even though I slept the rest of the day, I realized my spoons were up. I felt bad for not being able to make it to Erika's but like a good friend she knows my track record these days and has no expectations of my limitations—there is no judgment attached.
I am not quite sure why Rinna is so worked up about something that doesn’t involve her. Getting in the middle of other people’s personal business and relationships seems to be a running theme for her.
Erika hosted a lovely dinner so that Tom could meet everyone but how that evening was spent looked like a waste of good quality time, and I am sad it ended up to be a disappointing night.
I have noticed a pattern in this evolving, self realization period where people are making a conscious effort to learn mindfulness and freedom of expression when engaging in everyday life. Such a practice is much needed in a decade that has become the forefront to much change from transgender awareness to building empires on our smart phones. I can hardly keep up!
Erika so beautifully touched on the practice of respect in tonight’s episode. Freedom of expression is not a permit to be disrespectful, and it seems there are blurred lines when it comes to this, especially when social media is involved.
Anyways, it's great to see Erika and Eileen’s authenticity and their ability to stand up for what is right— I am glad to know that true friendships still exist.
Until next week,