Since I believe in moving forward, I will not talk about last week's blogs. There is no need to… actions speak louder than words. In the end, the truth prevails and you will see it on the show!
I do want to thank you for all the nice and sweet comments. They meant so much to me. It's unfortunate, that trying to describe Venue's demographics from a marketing/business perspective, things would get so misconstrued to the point of people calling my office and making threats and hateful comments. I am so sad for these people, for people who have so much hate in their hearts, like Cristy, that have nothing better to do than cause pain and trouble in others' lives. All I can tell you is that I am praying for you. Thank you God for giving me strength. Thanks to all of my family and real friends you are so important in my life!
ANYHOW…..It was so nice to watch Episode 3 …… I can't stop laughing! I have to acknowledge how funny Marysol's mom, Elsa, is in this episode. She doesn't even have to try. Everything that comes out of her mouth is hilarious. I love her humor and her accent.
I know we get on Adriana's case, for her lateness but here in Miami it's normal. . .it must be a Latin thing. I felt bad she was late to her own event. Herman would have left me behind. Seriously, he has. LOL! Herman loves art so he came with me and hung out with Philippe while I mingled with the girls
I love to wake up Peter and have breakfast together. I tried waking Frankie but he wouldn't and Herman forget about it. It's really the only day he gets to sleep in. The best way to wake up Peter is with "café con leche" (coffee and milk), "pastelitos," and "croquetas" (Cuban pastries).
I felt it was important to talk about the different things that were going on at that time in his life, his graduation party and his recent spending on his girlfriend Priscilla. I am happy that Peter is in love and in a relationship, because he has calmed down and is more focused on his life instead of being out with his friends. It is his "first" love, you know that puppy love. I get it. We have all been there, so I try to understand and relate.