Lisa Hochstein

Lisa Hochstein explains why she wanted to move and dishes on meeting the other ladies.

on Sep 13, 2012

My housekeeper/assistant, Daysy, is very dear to me. Not only does she work for me, we have become friends. She is truly an amazing, loyal, and genuine person, who really cares about me and my husband. It’s rare to meet people in life who are so selfless and want the best for others. She has overcome so many obstacles in her life and has such a positive outlook. I'm very proud of her for turning her life around and recovering from her past alcohol abuse and finding God. I love that she's so passionate and is studying to be a pastor. Daysy had expressed to me she was very unhappy with how she looked, and didn't feel comfortable with her body. I discussed this with my husband and decided that he would do her surgery for her. All we asked is that she became healthier before surgery and tried to lose some of the weight on her own. Diet and exercise coupled with surgery is ideal if you want to truly get the best results. Being the fitness and health enthusiast that I am, I volunteered to help her do that. Needless to say she's ecstatic and excited for her new body.

Upon meeting all of the new ladies, I really didn't know what to expect. Being introduced as the new girls with sexpots Joanna and Marta could be intimidating to some. I really was looking forward to finally meeting everyone. I've heard so much about all of the ladies, especially Lea. I really looked up to her and respected all she has done with her gala for the Consequences Foundation and what a huge success it has become over the years. It’s one of my favorite galas to attend, because it’s not stuffy, it’s always a fun atmosphere. I was hoping to pick her brain about how she turned it into such a success, since she started out doing galas in her home, much like myself. My husband and I open our home once or twice a year to raise money for charities close to our heart. We've raised money for Make a Wish, The Humane Society, Women's Cancer Foundation, and Susan J. Komen.