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Toya: "Karma Is A Bitch"
The fight between Mariah and Quad opened up old wounds for Toya.
The beauty of karma is to be able to stand by, and witness it...
This week's episode made me feel truly blessed for a multitude of reasons: All women have an innate subconscious need to be mothers...even women who "seemingly" put their careers first. After all, look at Jackie and the proposition she makes to her husband to use donor eggs. Being home with my children, especially as they are under five, is biologically sound for me, a mother, who is innately nurturing.
I am extremely fortunate to have such a wonderful family. My husband not only loves to do simple things like cook, but he has a passion for his career and works hard for his family to have the best life possible. My children are blessed to have all of the things my husband and I never had. Of course we invest in their future. We invest in the best schools, we also utilize many investment options to secure our children's future. Most importantly, we are building a secure foundation for our children. We agree that the only caregivers necessary within our household are Toya and Eugene; there is not a nanny in the world who can give our children what we can.Avery's birthday party is a prime example of how we demonstrate the love we have for our children. We always have a huge turnout for our children's parties because we extend this love to our friends and family. I have to admit that I am guilty of splurging from time to time, but I always understand that we ARE working with a budget. Whatever the price tag, the intention is to create lasting, loving memories for my family. Bottom line: I LIVE FOR MY FAMILY.
To those of you who weren't able to make Avery's party (specifically frenemies like Mariah), you weren’t missed. I have an abundance of people who are in my corner, rooting for me. Can you say the same about your crowd, Mariah?
This week's episode brought back memories of last year I keep in the forefront of my mind. While it was a time to celebrate my son's birthday, it was filled with gossip. I could never imagine having to endure slanderous comments from people who were once considered "friends" again. All I can do is suggest you pray. Pray for a heart full of forgiveness. When I take a step back, and assess all that is before me, I am confident that God will provide protection, especially from people who do not wish me well, and I'm sure he'll do the same for you.
And isn’t it ironic that the two-headed dragon that was spitting fire at me last year has instead turned on itself? Karma is a bitch, indeed…
Before you throw stones, make sure your house is not made of glass.