Kathy Wakile

Kathy feels for Chris and Caroline and hopes everyone can learn something from her mother's story.

on Jul 26, 2011

Here we go again, deja vu. It feels like I was just writing my last blog. Why is it that the summer weeks just fly by and winter seem to last forever? I feel like I was just gathering my thoughts and feelings together for last week's episode and here we are again. Oh wait a minute, we're still at the Gorga's Christmas party.

With that in mind, I want to first thank you all, yes all of you. The good, the bad, and the ugly comments that I received concerning last week's episode. I want you to know that I do read all of your tweets, your Facebook posts, and all of the comments posted on my blog. 

For those of you that understand how I was feeling, I appreciate your kind words of support and encouragement. I'm glad I'm not the only one out there that has tried to do the right thing and for whatever reason it backfired. Then when you don't get the reaction you hoped for you become frustrated and hurt. Raw emotions often don't obey etiquette. 

Now for the viewers that feel my outburst was out of line and my timing was off. Whether you understand my feelings or not, they are my feelings and I have a right to them. As for timing, well, to that I say, the time is now. Do things when you have the opportunity to do them. There's never really the right time to have a conversation with someone that doesn't want to hear what you have to say or doesn't care. I didn't attack, I didn't ambush, nor did I hover. I was persistent, yes. I didn't want our exchange to be one that is superficial and fake, because glossing over the hurt doesn't make our relationship better. I wanted to have the chance to put the whole Posche misunderstanding behind us and move forward together as cousins.