A United Front in Jersey

Kathy thinks the exercises in Arizona really helped everyone come together.

Hello friends!

Yes, summer is almost officially over. Although some get bummed by it, not me -- Fall is one of my favorite times of year. All the seasonal flavors and colors that come into play, getting back into a routine; no more lazy summer daze...have to say, I am ready!

Thanks always for your support and thanks for watching our show as it moves into this season's final episodes!

Now onto this week’s show.

As the Miraval Trip in the Arizona desert continued, it was great to see guards drop, connections and conversations happen, and new beginnings as a united front were declared!

The bottom line in my opinion was many of the healing exercises did open our minds and our souls. Seeing each and every one of us face fears of a horse or balancing on a high wire, the lessons were clear -- they made each one of us look within and think.

So when we were all together celebrating Melissa's birthday on our last night, it was finally a safe setting to discuss and bring up some hard topics. Yes, it was upsetting to see Joe Gorga get heated, however we all know he is a passionate man with a huge heart, who cares deeply about his family and close friends. So at this point you see that, the Gorgas, Guidices, Wakiles, Mazos, and Lauritas are a united front and no one can break that, no matter what! People can talk, create rumors, take things out of context or whatever, but we will be a cohesive force to be reckoned with -- because life is too short to have naysayers taking over any of our lives!

Before you ask, yes, we may not always agree on things, but when it comes down to it, we have each other’s' backs and that is what people need to understand. So back off, haters, we are all good! Definitely keep watching...more interesting twists and turns are coming.

Keep it sweet,

Xoxo Kathy

BTW, I am super excited for this upcoming weekend -- I am going to judge the final round of the Chef Battle in The Shops concourse as part of Mohegan Sun’s Restaurant Week. Then I am heading to Skytop in the Poconos for a dessert demo with my “Dolce Della Dea” Cannoli Kit -- emphasizing portion control. To see more of what I’m involved in and where, visit www.KathyWakile.com. Also, you can keep up with what's happening with me on my Facebook page or follow my family and me on Twitter: @kathywakile, @richardwakile, @victoriawakile, @josephwakile.

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