So we’ve all had a day to process the drama that happened at The Quiet Woman, and I am absolutely embarrassed for my part of the hoopla. Some people claim to enjoy upsetting others, but I don’t. And by the way Kelly Dodd, I do “own my behavior” and I take responsibility for things that I do that are wrong. Both last week and this week, I have stated that I'm not the happiest with my behavior at the restaurant. Last week, I apologized to Lydia McLaughlin. Enough.
Kelly said it was just a “matter of time” before she ran into me and she made sure that it finally happened. One thing is for certain, though...no one is my puppet master. And I don’t even know how to respond to Kelly’s newest revelation that I have “Stockholm’s syndrome.” Completely ignorant. Loved Michael’s expression at the end.
Driving with Sophie. It’s not easy as a parent to say nothing because bottom line, driving is dangerous. I truly think permit drivers should have a magnetic sign to place on the exterior of the car so other drivers are aware that an inexperienced driver is behind the wheel. That being said, Sophie actually is a good driver now from what I’ve seen. We had the Varsity Driving Academy instructor finish the rest of Sophie’s driving hours. At least their car is labeled. My heart couldn't take it!
It is so difficult to watch my good friend Tamra Judge go through such heartache as she was cut out of her daughter’s life. I can’t even imagine the pain she has experienced and I have such a respect for her strength. I remember last year when she filmed a portion of the documentary for Erasing Families. I am so proud of Tamra that she has become active in this organization and is shedding light on an issue that affects so many people. I feel horrible that I wasn’t there to support Tamra because David surprised our family with a trip to Mexico, but I was there in spirit. Her speech was amazing!
Until next week...
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