Before I continue I must first thank a very important person in my life. This is someone who has been by my side from the conception of Shawn Rabideau Events and Design. Although not on camera, Michael (my partner in life) was a huge reason why I (we) were able to pull off Bethenny and Jason's wedding! While the cameras were rolling he was single-handedly making sure my other clients were being taken care of. He was answering the phones, shooting out emails and doing all the day to day tasks that I couldn't get to. And while the cameras weren't rolling he was making sure I ate and slept as well as taking care of all the household duties. If it weren't for him I would have gone insane! He truly is my everything, he supports me unconditionally 1000% and for that I love and adore him just as equally. It's true what Bethenny and Jason said, "The sum is greater than its parts."
So, after the wedding Michael and I headed north to Manchester, Vermont for some R and R, restaurants and shopping. I then took Michael further north (in Vermont) to meet all of my extended family (cousins, aunts and uncles). It just so happened it was my grandmother's birthday and it was wonderful because we all were there to celebrate and it was one of the most relaxing weekends we've had in a very long time. It was the perfect end to the perfect wedding!
Over the course of the week and weekend after the wedding it really didn't soak in until OK Magazine hit the stands. To this day I still have to pinch myself and make sure it wasn't all a dream. It went by so fast, in such a blur that I am glad I can experience it all on TV. It allows me to slow it down and see what we accomplished together.
This week's episode it hysterical! It really shows Bethenny and Jason 100%. They are so madly and passionately in love. They both do so much for each other and they both balance each other out. Jason is for sure Bethenny's anchor and rock, and Bethenny and the baby are his pride and joy.
People keep asking me what Bethenny and Jason are like ... and all I have to say is what you see is what you get and nothing less.