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WOOHOO! We are headed to London. I love London, and London loves me! I adore the dry sense of humor there, and the way they live like there is no tomorrow. The men in Europe, in general, dress so elegantly. I really enjoy that! When I go the other side of the pond I take hats, gloves, fascinators, and every opportunity to sport them. There is no such thing as overdressing in Europe. It is a sign of respect when one shows up to an occasion dressed to the nines. My years living and working abroad have instilled in me a passion for fine food, wine, theme parties, and enjoying life to the fullest.
On that topic I am going straight to the bathtub. My daughter once said one of the most sentimental places in our home is my bathtub. Straight from the mouth of babes! We have had our best chats in the bathtub! She's too old now to fit both of us in it, but now I sit on the side and have heart-to-hearts with her while she bathes. That's why I favor a free standing, old fashioned tub. Just like the one in London.
Carole says, as a widow, she went to London and had a fresh start. She points out widows are supposed to mourn, not move on romantically so fast. She really got me thinking, because, when one divorces, it's not a good idea to be gallivanting around town with a new lover either, because it directly effects your divorce proceedings. The other thing Carol brought to mind was that if you have children and assets between you and your ex in limbo there is NO fresh start. Seriously! I don't think I have to explain this one.
Last note, how fabulous is Carole's neighborhood in London? Picturesque and romantic. I was there and I can tell you the energy was wonderful. She is one sexy cat with good taste. I was so proud of her at my Social Life Magazine party. Her outfit, hair, and makeup were perfection. I had a wonderful group of friends that night from around the world, and she was still a stand out. FYI, a little behind the scenes, that was a Sonja in the City party.
I am very excited Aviva trusts me to orchestrate her anniversary party. I didn't have much time, but I have a great team in place and she understands that we have a crazy schedule.
Sonja, I love you and think the world of you. BUT, what were you thinking...that woman at Aviva's party? I am sure her singing and dancing is appropriate in certain settings, but I think Aviva and her husband were more looking for a romantic type of music. Or something loving and jazz. They were very classy and not showing any type of expression. I am sure they were very uncomfortable with the dancing and lyrics. Sonja...PLEASE....get advice from other ladies whom they should recommend. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see you succeed and believe you WILL SUCCEED with your new business. We all have faith in you!!
Sonja, you do know that people wash their private parts in a bidet, that is what it is for... Why anyone would put their face into a bidet, is beyond me... Again, doing somehting very wierd and pretty gross actually. WHy??????
You are so funny! You have slowly become one of my favorite housewives. I get a kick out of everything you say. Thank you for being real and not fake.
You are just amazing. You're funny, happy, sincere, forgiving, grateful and I want to go partying with you. You are certainly the life of the party.
I love your hilarity and honesty, Sonja. But I am disappointed that you did not speak up for your supposed dear friend, Ramona, in these last two episodes. While you did keep the Ramona talk positive in this episode, it was too little too late. My earnest hope is that you had time to discuss with Ramona her feelings, which are valid. It's a trip for a show on which she has been a regular castmate since the beginning, and being excluded by a lame-o like Holla Heather was a bad decision on Heather's and Bravo's part. What goes around comes around.
Luxury in London doesn't replace your friendship that spans over a decade.
Other than this misstep, you are my favorite on this program. My hope is that you or an Intern reads these comments and that you listen to your fans a bit--within reason, of course!
We all love you Sonya when you are fun and down-to-earth! You were a bit of a diva last season, so I am glad you are back to your fun ways this year :-)
Love you, you're always fun to watch! Good luck with all of your new businesses. Heather is a smart business woman, she knows her stuff and she won't let you down because she won't look or talk down on you like Ramona will. Heather looks at you as Sonja a woman vision...so YOU GO GIRL! Much success and Lots of Continued Joy, Fun, Great Loving Friendships, (yeah right)!), and For Us More Sonja!
It sounds like your daughter knows how lucky she is to have a mother with such a zest for life. Almost like being raised by a young and stunning Auntie Mame. How could your ex let you slip through his hands?
Love you!!! So smart, pretty, nice and anchored!!! If you haven't already done so please ask one of your interns to compile a list of your fan's email addresses and let us know when the toaster oven cookbook comes out. We can't wait.
Viewer_hw Amen!!! Especially in this heat, who wants to cook/heat up the oven on a big stove?! I am dying for this book to come out!!
With each passing episode I like you more and more still. You are not only and incurable flirt...you are also a very good friend to your lady friends. You are always down to have a good time and laugh which is important . Life is serious and you must take times to be not so serious.
Love, love, love you! Always say the right things... You are a true lady! I love how you make everyone feel good about themselves. You are fabulous!
sonja,i love you when you arent having to constantly restrain ramona or having to defend her!
you seemed like you were having a great time in London and such a hoot to watch :)
Sonja, you had the best speech at Heather's dinner by far, and you are always just a pleasure to watch.