Alexia Echevarria

Alexia discusses emotional immaturity, and dealing with Peter growing up.

on Mar 29, 2011

I agree with Ron: he needs more personality and he‘s quite shy too. I just want him to be happy and love whatever he chooses in life to do. No matter what it is I will support him. He is 18 now. . .still young and figuring out who he is and what he wants to do with his life. I will never let him give up on himself! He is attending Miami Dade College and showing interest in studying business.

Marysol's dinner was lovely. I loved her table arrangement -- beautiful! Even though I said I wouldn't serve my guests food from a bag, the food was delicious, very fresh, and tasty. Marysol: you are clever my friend!

Elsa is a spiritual and intuitive person who has the ability to see things in us that maybe not everyone does. I didn't ask her what she saw in me, like Larsa was doing, but she told me and I accepted it. I didn't mind at all. I listened and observed. In me, she said she saw a person who always has a smile and perhaps isn't so happy inside. I agreed with her because I am not always happy. There are a lot of things that happen that I have no control over that make me unhappy, but then I have to go out and put on that smile, especially with strangers or with people that really don't care about me. I believe we have happy moments, and that is why we have to enjoy every minute of them. But that happiness all the time doesn't exist.

It's funny because I didn't take what Elsa said to Larsa in a bad way. Elsa said Larsa was emotionally immature, and I tried to explain to her that it wasn't a bad thing. That just means you have been blessed or fortunate enough not to have gone through strong experiences in your life that have made you mature. I was once emotionally immature (called that by my mom who is a psychiatrist) until I lost my father, had my two sons, divorced, and went through a scare with my younger son Frankie who almost had to have brain surgery. These are the things in life that make you mature! These life-changing experiences make a mark in your mind, heart, and soul. It wasn't my choice. If I had a choice I would have stayed emotionally immature. LOL!