@MelissaScaia: @AvivaDrescher What do you look back on this season and am most proud of?
Answer: My children and the children who are physically challenged who have the courage to persevere.
@superrealityfan: @avivadrescher I'm sure you have been asked this. Name one thing you would change about this season. xoxo :)
Answer: I would have discussed my phobias, leg, and St. Barths MUCH less. I would have listened more to my gut.
@robynwbuxton: @AvivaDrescher What is your relationship like today with the housewives?
Answer: I get along great with everyone except Ramona. It has been an honor to work with all five women. Each woman is beautiful, inspirational, and strong.
@JakeOnTheRocks: @AvivaDrescher how about your favorite things about NYC. . .why you think it's the best city in the. world !?
Answer: I love the diversity and the culture that is practically on every corner. There is always something to do. Always something to learn. I love the theatre, museums, art galleries, and restaurants. I love that my children are exposed to all such activities and that they can do it on their own as teens with public transportation.
@stillthatladyb: @AvivaDrescher let's hear more about charity for children with missing limbs.
Answer: One Step Ahead was started by Amy Winters. Amy is an incredible woman and athlete. The charity helps chIldren by creating athletic environments to raise their self esteem. We raise money to help afford prosthetics for children not otherwise covered by insurance. Children need two to three prosthetics per year and sometimes insurance companies will only provide for one per year -- or even one per lifetime, depending on the insurance company.