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OK first, I am very sorry my blog is late. I have been traveling for my book and house lease hunting #stressful
Adrienne is having a party to promote another product that she is working on and there is no way on God's green earth I want to, or was even invited to, socialize with them. I was very shocked to see Marisa stirring the pot the way she did, that is not the Marissa I know and like.
Thank goodness for Yolanda setting these cackling hens straight. I told y'all Yolanda was gangster. I was really shocked to hear that Marisa and Dean thought I had a crush on him or that ANYONE would think I would flirt with a married man other than Ken (I love him) after all I have been through.
One time, Yolanda jokingly asked me to stand in for her and put my arm around David (because she is cool like that and a secure woman). That is the extent of my married men flirtation.
Faye, Faye, Faye. I think that she just makes things up in her head to get camera time. I wasn't found naked in a bathroom in any way shape or form. I simply had a ten-second, fully clothed makeout session with a hot man. The only person that walked in was Lisa and she pulled me out of the bathroom by my ear like a good mum. (BTW I dated that hot man for six months after "bathroom gate". We are still close friends, in fact he is my real estate agent!)
I really think that other than Lisa and Yolanda, most of these women are incredibly insecure, and insecurity usually breeds bitchiness.
Lisa and I decide to get massages at Villa Rosa (her house) and it could not have been a prettier setting. The two of us have so much fun together. We have the same raunchy sense of humor and have a genuine love for one another (and Ken). It was such a beautiful setting and a fun time hanging with people I actually enjoy. I couldn't have been paid or sued into going to Adrienne's party.
I was so excited that Lisa finally agreed to renew her vows with Ken because if she wasn't going to than I was. It was an amazing setting, and I was looking forward to getting things straight with Marisa because I do genuinely like her.
I wasn't shocked to hear the news that Adrienne and Paul were separating. But I thought the timing was so interesting. How do you have a huge party with all of your "friends" one day and then decide to separate a few days later on the date of Lisa's party?
Liten if your going to go to someone else's party bring wine or at least your own brand of vodka -- don't bring tears. It's not your party and you can't cry if you want to. It was supposed to be a celebration of love, and sadly it turned into a pity party for a jealous unhappy woman.
I was disgusted with Faye, and not mad but disappointed with Marisa. I may not give the best marriage advice but was I coming from a place of love.
xxx Peace out