We are back from St. Barth's and I’m so glad to be in New York City with Jacques and my family!
I wasn’t surprised that Sonja and Ramona were upset about what Aviva said especially the painful parts but I believe in moving forward in life and I hope Sonja and Ramona forgive Aviva for her angry outbursts. Aviva has apologized to both girls for what she said but she still hasn’t really moved on. To me, it would be better for Ramona and Sonja to forgive Aviva even if they can’t forget the things she said rather than waste time going over and over the situation at parties where they should be enjoying themselves.
I was surprised to hear that Aviva was a runaway bride. She’s a lot stronger than she seems. It’s better to end an engagement than to marry the wrong person and get divorced shortly after the wedding even if she inconvenienced a lot of people.
I appreciate Heather’s concern about the Jacques situation but she needn’t worry about us. I called Jacques from St. Barths the day after I got a ride home from Tomas and explained everything. He trusts me and knows that I would never do anything to hurt our relationship. My relationship with Jacques is private and how we work things out shouldn’t concern the other girls.
Aviva is entitled to her opinion but I think it’s far-fetched that Ramona was using Sonja to make her self look better. Ramona and Sonja are old friends and they like to spend time together to party and gossip, which is what girls do on vacation. I don’t see any maliciousness in Ramona’s friendship with Sonja but I think that when they get together, they sometimes go overboard with pinot!
Sonja loved her husband and she enjoyed the life they led as a married couple but that is over now and she needs to move on with her life. I am surprised that her ex is being so difficult with reaching a settlement. Surely it’s better for their daughter that Sonja feel secure financially and that they continue to live in the same house so I’m confused as to why her ex is being so stubborn. I hope that they come to a settlement soon so that Sonja can focus on rebuilding her life.
What did Aviva think she would accomplish by rehashing her grievances at how she was treated in St. Barth’s with Sonja for the umpteenth time? Sonja was done with subject and still hurting from Aviva’s choice of words plus Sonja is dealing with her own issues. I know that Aviva thought she was being helpful by telling Sonja that she overdoes it with the partying but Sonja isn’t going to be receptive to anything Aviva has to say right now because she hasn’t forgiven her for the things she said in St. Barths.
Until next week, bisous!