It’s the last episode, and my final blog. I can’t believe it’s finally over! I was more satisfied with this ending, because I did feel as though I got to speak more of my truth. I was able to confront certain situations, which I have wanted the chance to confront for a while.
Andy read a viewer’s tweet about me using Kim’s sobriety as a story line, and no surprise, Kim jumped right in and said that was true. I never once wanted to “use” anything as a story line. To be honest, if I had to guess what my story line would have been in the beginning before filming, it would have been my flirtation with men and my love for Bumble, honestly! #London
I may never get any understanding from Kim, but it was nice to get some from Kyle. When I said at the reunion that I had projected my feelings about my past and my sister onto Kim and Kyle, she actually said it made sense. That’s all I needed to hear, because at that point, I knew she believed my intentions were never malicious.
We take a little break from me to witness a yelling match between Eileen and Kim about Game Night. I had some thoughts of my own about Game Night, so I was interested to see where this was going. I mean Eileen really gave it to her:
“Just because you’re the loudest and most obnoxious, doesn’t mean you’re right.”
– Eileen Davidson
And I can’t totally disagree. Kim has done nothing but yell at me for getting involved that night… which again, WAS TO HELP HER BE HEARD, but whatever. And here she is defending herself for inserting herself into a conversation that she had nothing to do with. #Hmm
Now let’s get back to the chaos that is “Rinna’s Xanax Problem.” I was pretty surprised how this conversation went to be honest. Never once did I lie or say that Dorit specifically asked me if Rinna had a Xanax problem… But #ComeOn, what do you think you meant by asking me if her personality was induced? Induced by what Dorit, Redbull? Vitamins? Give me a break. Then to try and turn this situation around on me, try to make it my fault, you must be crazy. You were the one who asked me. You were the one who told people about the Xanax smoothie over and over again… not me.
The whole problem with this situation, which I have said before, is that Rinna really was joking at my house with the Xanax comment. Dorit and I were both laughing. It could have been left there that night at the kitchen island. #StopTalkingAboutThat
I have to be honest; it feels really good that this will be the last time I have to explain myself this season! I know there are still many of you who don’t understand me, and that’s okay… hopefully I will get a chance to show you more of the real me in the future. And for those of you who did understand where I was coming form, I can’t thank you enough for the support!
Peace out Season 7, you nasty beotch!