Vicki Gunvalson

Though the move was hard for Vicki, her daughter Briana is loving her new home.

on Jun 2

I hope you enjoyed tonight's episode. Personally, it was one of those that I struggled to watch. My hair was a disaster for most of the scenes and my skin didn't look the best. Either it was the harsh lighting that was on me, or I simply had a bad makeup job and I am embarrassed. Sorry about that. The result of not spending enough time on "primping." I had to wake up at 4 am to get on the flight at 6:45 and had a seven-hour travel day with a two-hour time change -- made me look not "camera ready" by the time I landed. It became a harsh reality -- spending seven hours to see my daughter's family is going to be my "new normal."

It was so beautiful driving around the suburbs of Oklahoma City looking at houses for them. Most of the houses we looked at were under $400,000 and I was in complete shock at what they could buy for their money there. It definitely made me happy to see that they could live in such a nice community and have it be affordable. The house that they ended up buying was not one of the ones that were shown, as they actually found it the next day after I left. I since have returned there four times to help them move in and visit them and they have really settled in nicely. Briana is an unbelievable decorator, mother, wife and hostess. I'm so proud of her and she is really adapting nicely to Oklahoma.

Briana's baby is due in a few weeks, and I'll be spending two weeks with her to help her with the new baby, Troy and her recovering from another C-section. I can't wait to meet my new grandson. Please keep them all in your prayers.