Just a few things from this episode I want to touch on.
We seeKyleand Kim meet up to go shopping shortly after getting back from Punta Mita. It’s nice to see how happy Kim is about becoming a grandma any day now, and from my past few encounters with her, I know first hand how truly excited she is. It’s been two months since Game Night, and we’ve had pleasant experiences ever since then.
What I find odd is how Kyle continued this now very long game of telephone with Kim. As I have previously mentioned in my recent blogs, my original intent of explaining the dynamics of the Richards sisters to Eden, who asked me how she could help out in this situation, has now been mangled into dirty, vicious gossip. Admittedly, Kyle’s biggest concern was how this information could hurt somebody as fragile as Kim. So, before having a true understanding of the situation, Kyle went and told Kim what she had been told and this game of telephone continues…
Regardless, you will see how this all FINALLY wraps up next week.
As far as Eden goes, I wanted to go directly to her, the source, to find out why she did what she did, let her know how it made me feel, and to tell her that I now have my guard up. Many red flags have gone up in the short time I have known Eden, and I needed to be honest and upfront with her right away.
I always enjoy seeing Erika and Tom together. It’s quite clear that the two of them share a great respect and admiration for one another.
On to the really great parts of the episode, the parts that truly make a difference… Project Angel Food! Twenty years ago, my best friend Robin Fujimoto introduced my family and me to this fabulous charity, so Delilah and Amelia have literally grown up volunteering their time at Project Angel Food. As you saw, they prepare over 1,400 meals per day and deliver them to people around LA county who are sick and cannot leave their homes. Everyone who is a part of this amazing foundation is indeed an angel, from the volunteers in the kitchen to the delivery people to everyone who has donated any amount of time or money. I know the recipients of these home-cooked meals are so grateful for this amazing service, so I would like to once again thank the girls for volunteering with me in the kitchen, for donating items to the silent auction, and for supporting me at the gala while I accepted the Humanitarian Award. This amazing event you just saw raised $460,000 for an incredibly worthy cause. Forever grateful to both Kyle and Erika for donating $10,000 each to sponsor a delivery van. I’m so glad we could put aside the BS and all come together to support this charity.
But most importantly, I would like to show my sincere gratitude to my dear friends who came out to support me at this event, and of course I’d like to thank my daughters, Delilah Belle and Amelia Gray, along with my always supportive husband, Harry Hamlin. I’m nothing without the three of you by my side.
If you generously want to volunteer your time, money or services to Project Angel Food, please go to www.AngelFood.org