Turn the Other Cheek
Ramona admits the reunion got a bit out-of-hand, but she's owning up to her mistakes.
Wow. I can’t believe the season is over, and we are already at the reunion. Doing the reunion has always been stressful for me, and it is not something I look forward to doing -- especially this year when I saw so much mean girl talking behind my back; so many things said in such a negative manner on each episode. It gets hard to handle, even for someone strong like myself. Thank goodness I know who I am. I am a great mother, wife, a successful multi-business owner with a great group of friends off camera, which includes Sonja and Alex.
To say I was I was embarrassed by everyone's behavior on the reunion, including my own, would be an understatement. Who would ever think that we are a group of educated, sophisticated, polished, New York women? This was not evident in what I watched. The reunion was mostly negative energy. I, myself, made a few comments that I am not proud of. It's impossible though to have discussions with some of these women who only know how to exaggerate grossly, or worse, downright lie. At times, I felt it was beneath me to engage with them.
You could tell by my answers and body language that this was the last place I wanted to be. When someone lies or insults you with condescending digs and malicious intent, how are you supposed to react? I guess I could turn the cheek, which I did at times, by not wanting to even discuss it. But, at other times, my mouth would get the best of me, and I do apologize for that. I can't take back what I said.
One thing is, I never lie, and I own up to my mistakes.