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Hi. I'm Lisa Vanderpump and welcome to my video blog.
I have a panic attack every time I go into the building site and see what I have to accomplish. Life is about overcoming your panic attacks, not running away from them. I really feel for Katie when I see this interaction between her and Schwartz, because it's not just about the job. It's about the fact that maybe he's never going to grow up, and he's never going to commit to anything. And I think this was really a moment of realization for her.
What I actually don't understand when I see Jax vulnerable and lying on his back with his broken nose -- why does that make Tom Schwartz cry? I mean, it's an incredibly complicated relationship, and one that I'm not quite getting.
You can give Jax enough drugs to send him to sleep, to shut down his brain, but to shut down his libido -- you're going to need something stronger.
It's funny. It's ironic. I see Stassi laughing, knowing that Jax has had his nose reset. I mean the doctor could have called Stassi in for her help, because I do believe that she has broken his nose before.
I got dropped off at Rolls Royce, so I was counting on Max for a ride. I just didn't expect it to be on his skateboard. It's a very strong message I always send to my kids. I'll cover the basics, but if they want something extra, then they've got to work for it. Work more shifts. Do it the way I did it, through sheer hard work. Do it the way Ken did it -- two jobs at a time.
Stassi doesn't seem to understand that sometimes letting go of the anger is a gift to yourself. She just keeps going on with the fact that it's better for everybody to be at war, but life isn't like that. Stassi should be careful that she doesn't just put herself on a remote island, because some times that island can get very lonely.
Thank you for watching. I'm Lisa Vanderpump and I hope you enjoyed watching my video blog.