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Story Time

Sheree shares her thoughts on the drama from the past few episodes and addresses all the rumors.

By Shereé Whitfield

My apologies to you all for not blogging over the last few weeks. I have been extremely busy with the construction of my new home and numerous other business opportunities. I'm in the process of working on some really great things that you all will love. The home building process requires a huge amount patience, planning, meetings, and self-control. People warned me that building a new home would be not only a huge headache but a slow detailed process, because contractors like to move at their own pace. To clear things up, Andrew is not my builder. He is someone that did some work for me in my clothing boutique years ago. We ran into each other when I began this project. I hired him to oversee the day to day progress when I am out of reach. Another story that I will go into later! 

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The Miami scene seemed strange to me. The house they toured was beautiful and in an ideal location. Miami is a pleasant place when the weather is nice. It would be a pleasure to have NeNe relocate there, but let's wait and see if a purchase is made in the end. If so, I hope she remembers to put some furniture in there, art work on the walls, and books on the shelves, because she forgot to do that in the place she currently rents. NeNe made a statement that I hit below the belt. This woman is delirious. Remember, I have known her untruths, her misleading behavior, and evil ways for quite a long time and have kept them quiet. I personally would have never gone there had she not started in with me. I do agree that once you go there, you open up a whole new can of worms. I don't think she want those worms let out. I didn't start it, I only finished. The hateful, mean-spirited way she reacted took it way past any possibility of reconciliation in the future.

Kim and Kroy's relationship continues to put a smile on my face with each episode. Kroy is a good guy, her daughters adore him, and best of all he seems to adore and love them as if they are his own. The baby shower was nice. However Peter and Cynthia coming in only minutes before it was over and starting a fight was rude and uncalled for.

Kandi has been dealing with turning 35 and not being married. She's a fun, cool, and down to earth woman that will not have a problem finding Mr. Right. I enjoyed her birthday party. The venue and scene were nice, however ReDICKulous was ridiculous. I can understand Miss Joyce's concerns and anger, because I would not have wanted my mother there to witness ReDICKulous display his special "talent" either. However, Kandi thought it was OK, because she and her mother have a different kind of relationship than most. 

Phaedra, Phaedra, Phaedra... Honey, I live! I live for some of your comments! Papa Smurf, Uncle Ben, the village of kids, showing her cervix for twenty five cents... I can't! She cracks me up weekly. Thanks, boo! After watching some of these scenes, a great laugh is what one needs for sure. I wish her much success in her funeral endeavors.

I'm not sure what is going on with Cynthia's family's issues with Peter, but how much more of this do we have to watch? Luckily it at least makes for interesting TV. 

One last thing until my next blog, I have gotten a lot of comments and calls regarding our blogs. To me, the purpose of blogging is to speak on each episode and to comment on the good, the bad, and the ugly. The blogs are not for commenting on things that don't pertain to an episode or "trying" to be hateful, spiteful, or to throw jabs about things you either are not privy to, were not around at the time, or lacking factual information about.

That brings me to Ms. Cynthia's blog. She stated that the only thing she knows about me is that, "I lost a house, I lost a car, and I lost a man." Well let me educate you, darling, because obviously ignorance is bliss. I have never, ever lost a house, nor was I repeatedly evicted from several houses (that was your girl). I did have a car that was paid in full seized, which probably cost the amount of your home. Please don't get that confused with a repossession (again that was your girl). However, luckily for me, I had another car I could fall back on. Don't you and Peter share a car? I would hate to have to drop someone off or wait for someone to be done to move forward with their day. I love my independence and my freedom to move about, thank God for my other car. Lastly, losing a man? Honey, you are too old to speak on things you have no clue about or were not even around at the time to know the truth about. Stop listening to the haters. If I received a penny every time people made a comment about you and yours, I'd be "rich" too! Now fortunately for me, I know my self-worth! I know what I deserve and what I will and will not put up with. And because of this, I left a man! Let's get it straight. I decided to seek a divorce because I refuse to be in an unhealthy relationship. I believe in myself, my kids, and our happiness, and we deserved much better. Besides, being in an unhealthy relationship can lead to really dark eye circles, large bags, balding, and not to mention extreme low self-esteem. Honey, I don't have time for any of that!

Until next week xoxo,


Twitter (@IamSheree)

P.S. I came across this quote and loved it! 

"Your reputation is a reflection of who people THINK you are, but your character is a representation of who you TRULY are..."


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