WOW! HI AND I LOVE YOU! Thank you for all your love and support! Your messages to me mean the world, and I think your recent comments about Tareq being the JR of the show are very funny. What a flashback to remember the TV show Dallas!
In Episode 5, we pick up where we left off, inside the winery barrel room. Filming the entire day and evening started as early as 7 a.m., and we didn't walk out until 3 a.m. ... yes, the next day! Wow, it was so much fun and a big day! Everyone was drinking all day on the way out to the winery and at the winery -- yes, they were all definitely flying high! Really, I should have been drinking to deal with all the different personalities that came out in everyone with all that alcohol! We all had a lovely day. I was very sad that Mary kept asking Tareq about what was on his mind and probing him to say what it was.
When we were asked by the authorities if we knew any of the people whose names were listed and Lolly appeared on the list, it was very sad.
Mary has talked in a previous episode of how angry she was when Lolly would take things from her closet and it made her so upset. Mary got a special lock for her closet. Can you imagine how the people who had their things taken felt?
Jason and Stacie only viewed it as if they heard something about their own daughter. Lolly is a grown adult woman and was not the victim – Missy to Stacie – Hello!? Stealing, or condoning it, isn't cool. This isn't being biting (as Stacie refers to me), it is just keeping it real.
Bottom line – we asked the authorities that were onsite the day the polo stuff went missing and later throughout the investigations we only asked for volunteer time from the people involved to help local charities and the community instead of a more severe punishment. From what we were told by the lead detective on the case, the guy who drove the car was the primary person they would deal with, and they did recover the car and some of the items that were stolen from the polo team. That night at the winery, I comforted both Tareq and Mary. This is truly sad for everyone. But it did happen, and a lot happened behind the scenes.
Be careful who you trust when you grow up and are taught at a young innocent age to be kind, loving and trusting. That's the way I was taught by my mom… "Hold on to love in your heart, for that can overcome anything!"
Edwina is truly a lovely person. Council member David Catania and I love talking fashion too! He is fabulous.
Jen, amazing. Thank you for being the very best assistant/friend and all around great girl. Cat likes to dish it out, but can't seem to take it when called out on her poor behavior. Love you!
Love & Cheers!