First off, I really didn't understand what the whole "Big To Do" was all about. Just because Heather all of a sudden decided to finally change her last name after 15 years of what I would consider to be a "facade" of a marriage. . .Really??? I think it would have been more realistic if Terry had changed his last name to Kent to be honest. Now that would make more sense and a real reason to celebrate! Just saying.
I am a firm believer that the whole ceremony of marriage is very sacred and should be considered a blessing that two people joined together in celebration of their love, commitment, and partnership and should be celebrated as such at the time, NOT 15 years later when its "convenient."
I don't understand what gives Heather and Terry the right to judge someone solely on their outer appearance, or lack thereof, just because they might not meet the pathetic so called "high standards" that they seem to find important. It's not right. It's very hurtful, mean, and downright shallow to say the least. Hopefully someday they will come to the realization that all people deserve to be treated the same, regardless of if they don't live on billionaire row. They are people, too. I think a little humbleness will do them some good if you ask me. Welcome to the real world Dubrows. So now the both of you can put your little pinkies down, let go of your over fed egos, hop off your high horses, and learn to treat people like human beings with feelings.
I will admit in most cases eating a tiny piece of the bow off a cake before its served is wrong no matter what the occasion. I think that Heather could have handled it like an adult and approached me one-on-one if she had an issue with me. But, for some reason, she can't confront me on her own, and she felt she needed her mean girl group behind her to feel empowered and justified in her tantrum. Bullying is bulling. I call it like I see it.
It bothered me what they did it to Alexis in Costa Rica, and now they feel that it was OK to do it to me as well. I really appreciate Alexis trying to get the point across that what they are doing isn't right (especially at our age), but we would have more luck talking to the wall.