Next week Rosie has a heart to heart with Teresa. If anyone can make things right between Teresa and her family, it's Rosie!
Bravo editor, I LOVE this new style with the "likes." You are able to still print both sides of the argument, but it's crystal clear as to who the audience believes in and trusts. The sales of three best sellers and the flop of BLKwater should have been a no brainer barometer, but the women used the old 'Teresa was getting sympathy purshases." LOL, Jaq now sees in PRINT that we buy Teresa's books and products because we love them and agree with and love HER because she had no ill intentions with any "moves" this season, as opposed to the shark infested waters she has been swimming in. Not to mention that her books are really good, really, really good! I use mine weekly! First cookbook I have ever kept out and used so frequently for my family, they are short and simple and delicious. My house smells and feels like a warm Italian family's that I had imagined was the norm--before Melissa joined and proved the exception to the rule I suppose. .These blogs show we support Teresa, not the mean spirited antics of jealous, wanna-be.manipulators who stopped nothing short of slander in their blogs, and vile actions to take Teresa down. Glorious!
Doubt Bravo will post this but here goes - Jay Mohr was the BEST part of last season. BRING BACK JAY! Lived for his weekly blog. Laughed out loud at my monitor at work. He was spot on, fair, hilarious. This season we've been subjected to rambling pure crazy blogs by Jac, boring Caroline, Kathy, Melissa and fairly positive Tre. And more boring editors who have no personal involvment. BRING BACK the FUN,JAY!
What are you people on, we are watching the disintegration and destruction of families and friends. I no longer find any of it entertaining and the value is lost on me. All I see is some people trying to be happy and some people trying to make the happy unhappy and miserable.