Ramona: Aviva Was Stirring the Pot
Ramona explains why she told Carole about Aviva's ghostwriter comments and why she thinks Sonja and Harry belong together.
Hello again! It’s already getting intense this season!
Aviva is working on getting in the good graces of some of the ladies in group. She was drinking wine with me and now buying glasses like Carole?!? Aviva doesn't realize that, with Carole, imitation is not a form of flattery. Does she not remember how Carole reacted when LuAnn wore a cape in London that was similar to hers the day after she wore it? Does she not remember Carole's negative reaction to being imitated??
Numerous people use ghost writers but I don't think this is a question one asks a writer. I would like to believe Aviva's question to Carole was asked in innocence.
I was really stunned when Aviva discussed her lunch with Carole with me. I have never experienced Carole being condescending in any way. Aviva seemed to be truly upset about what went down with Carole at their lunch. She was expressing her feelings of disappointment and frustration with the lack of help she was getting from Carole. But, on the other hand, I felt Aviva was stirring the pot.
When I got to Aviva's new home I must say I thought she did a great job on it. She got it together so quickly! When she started speaking to me again about Carole and her book, and now in front of our new friend Kristen, I felt I had no choice but to let Carole know. There seemed to be a major miscommunication, and I felt Carole should address Aviva on the comments she was making to the group so things would not get out of control.
Sonja always cracks me up! Only she would think of taking a sharpie to a designer bag! It is a great tip to do. Why get rid of an expensive bag if you can use a two dollar Sharpie to fix it?!?
Sonja and Harry have always had a charged connection. I think it's time for them to try again at a relationship. I was a little stunned when she walked into Aviva's party with Harry, Aviva's ex-husband, as her date. I mean six degrees of separation or what?
Til next time. . .