It was the first time we all got to meet Terry, aka Dr. Look Good, (BTW. . .No that was not him at the lot in Newport). Dr. Terry Dubrow has a wonderful reputation around town and I remembered seeing him on the show The Swan. You will soon find that the dynamic between Heather and Terry is very entertaining and very loving. Terry jokes (like me) about 90 percent of the time, Heather is sensitive, has probably heard the same jokes for 13 years, and tends to roll her eyes a lot. They are so much fun to be around and so down to earth.
Gretchen meeting me at CJ's new store called X & OH. That turned out to be pretty entertaining and educational.CJ had just opened up her business and we wanted to show our support. There was nothing weird or kinky about it, just friends supporting friends. I am in the middle of opening up my own fitness studio and I know how much work is put into being a small business owner. I am very proud of you CJ!
I was so excited to see our dog Bronx in this week's episode. He has brought so much joy to our lives. Bronx is a pit bull and one of the sweetest and smartest dogs I have ever had. But he does tend to mark is territory much more than most!
My walk/talk with Eddie about moving in was a total surprise to me. It was really hard at the time to think a wonderful man like Eddie would want to take on me and my three kids full-time after 18 months of dating. Eddie is an amazing, kind-hearted man, and loves me unconditionally. But I don't think we were ready to move in just yet. When I have my kids, I stay at my house and Eddie never spends the night. When the kids are with dad, I stay at Eddie's, which means I have personal belongings all over the place. . .and there's a bit of confusion at times.