The I Hate Karent Sierra Club
Lisa doesn't think the ladies should have attacked Karent at the Venue party.
This season of the RHOM is really capturing Miami at its finest -- the chic glamorous soirees, the beautiful beaches, and the sexy people. The Venue party was no exception. I was relieved Joanna gave Karent the heads up about what was planned for her. As Karent enters the lion’s den, the ladies clearly have their agenda for Karent on their radar.
Elaine strikes up a conversation as if there were no animosity between her and Marysol. I would have protected my daughter just as Elsa had done. No body messes with my family and gets away with it. I know now never to mess with Elsa, I don't ever want to get hit by her pocketbook.
Next Lea discusses the green card joke with Marysol…again. Ugh. Marysol is sensitive about the bad joke and her failed marriage. In my case I actually did need a green card, which is why I married Lenny LOL! So I get why her feelings were hurt. Sometimes an insult told as a joke still doesn't make it funny, especially when the butt of that joke is you. Adriana finally manages to pull Karent aside to tell her why she is isn't happy with her. I appreciate that Adrianna wants to be upfront with Karent about how she feels about her, I just think the Venue party wasn't the best place to do it. These ladies have a tendency to pick to absolute worst place to work out their differences. I was on the floor laughing when Adriana said, "I don't go to your office to pull teeth." She was comparing apples to oranges here, it was a picture for goodness sake.
I really hoped these two would have this discussion and move on, but Alexia interrupted their conversation. The argument seemed unfair. Karent was being attacked, and she didn't have a chance. Alexia spoke about Karent’s smiling and grinning, her use of a publicist, and butting into conversations, but didn't she herself just butt in to their conversation? You would think Karent had committed a real crime. I thought she showed such class when she was kicked out of the event and still gracefully said good bye to everyone. She's a class act.
Ana and her husband are hilarious together. I've always said there is truth behind every joke, and I have a feeling his “wanting out” jokes are no exception. I hope they can have an amicable divorce, remain friends, and continue to be amazing parents together so they can really move on to the more meaningful and passionate relationships they both want. However I can understand her distress over just handing over her hard work over the years to a potential new wife who could somehow cheat her daughters out of a future inheritance.
Karent invited me over for sushi while filling me on the Venue magazine attack. I felt bad for her not having anyone who could have her back. It seems she didn't get the memo about the "I Hate Karent Sierra Club." I said the comment, "Pick on someone your own size, wait, there aren’t many people your own size," because I was defending my friend. They are not big girls by any means, they have beautiful bodies. Even if they were, that was a bad choice of words. It was a joke! (Because I just said it was a joke, it makes it OK! Wink wink.)I literally cried when I heard Alexia speak about her feelings surrounding her son’s condition after the horrible accident. I can’t even imagine how that feels not having a child myself. She is an incredibly strong woman, whom I admire for never giving up even when it felt hopeless at a time. I believe he is progressing well today and I pray for the continued success of her son’s recovery. Goes to show you how unimportant all of the other nonsense is.
Ana goes grocery shopping with Joanna to help her prepare a meal for Romain. If this were me, there would be no chance in hell I would do anything nice for Lenny! If I were to cook for him, I would probably poison it! Haha! Did I just incriminate myself? I would never reward bad behavior or cheating. If there are no consequences for his actions, what would stop him or any man from doing it again?