I'm very surprised when Aviva says Harry is her ex for a reason. They have a child together. She's always said she's fond of Harry, and yet she speaks to the news badly off the show, so I brought it up against my better judgment, since my emotions got the better of me. I feel I should defend Harry, as he was not there to defend himself and some things that are being said I do not feel are true.
I'm very surprised when Aviva says that if I were a girlfriend's girlfriend, I would side with her. I try to be fair, and I hope I side with the facts. Frankly, it's not my business, but like I said, my emotions got the best of me and earlier she had said things that were untrue I was all fired up at that point! I've known Harry for decades and I've known Aviva for seconds; why would I side with her against the facts as I see them? I'm not feeling Aviva needs to be protected from Harry. Anyone who meets Harry knows he's a bon vivant, a loving dad, and a loyal friend, who would give the shirt off his back. He comes from a very wealthy family, but it's not his money to give away. I feel he's a blessing in my life, as do many people, and he has a son who adores him.
Aviva's only phobias are flying and heights? Wow! I wish! Because then we could still be developing our new friendship that I so wanted.
What Aviva shared with us about her trauma at the reunion, describing when she was a little girl and how she caught her leg in that machine, was just awful. I truly feel so bad for her. I did the first time when she told me off-camera that she wanted to be able to be herself and share everything openly.