Firstly, Happy New Year to you all! Well after this episode, you might have a better understanding of the madness that prevails at Villa Rosa.
We were about to leave town for a few days, and Hanky had been erring on the side of fragility. He had lost his appetite, with that his vibrancy, so we found one of the few specialists in Los Angeles, and he had endured x-rays, blood tests, and had been diagnosed with a stomach infection. Force feeding was the only option with a complicated prescription of antibiotics, nutrients, etc... Yes I agree, especially when I witness Hanky in my interview on my lap, it does suggest eccentricity, bordering on madness, should be my self diagnosis!
Well the precariously contentious subject of Lyme Gate rears its ugly head. I have openly admitted I was confused by some of Yolanda's actions, but we all have the privilege of choosing our own way of handling things, but I would be resolute in exploring all avenues. I don't have implants--the concept has always scared me--but if there was evidence of silicone leakage, I would extract those puppies as rapidly as I could. She doesn't need them, and the thought of that fluid contaminating her body is awful. That has to be debilitating. Just think, as mothers when we fly, when we go under anesthetic, or anything that we can't control, our minds indulge us in the most scary scenarios--what if? So the future of our children would be foremost in our minds. However, maybe I wouldn't mention it to my children, so I identified with Gigi's reaction.
There had been talk of the postings on social media, of sickly photos, lying with an IV, but Munchausens had been conjured up by somebody else, chatter that somehow Lisa R. had indulged in and was reiterating it. Nobody knew Yolanda's physical challenges except her personally, and I had no knowledge of the children being infected also.
In this forum, of course, all issues are up for discussion, otherwise we would be less inclined to indulge in it. Kyle spoke of her experience when she was grieving and how her mental state affected her physical being. I didn't quite understand Yolanda's statement about intelligent women being few and far between or a rare commodity. I have many female friends that have achieved much in their lives albeit raising their families,creating businesses, etc. Intelligence is measured in many different ways.
Meeting Erika tickled me pink. A gorgeously provocative woman who stated she was in her marriage for the long haul "otherwise she would get half!" But she coupled that with a wink, and I wondered if this bright shiny new toy could be something I would like to play with...I was amused by our interaction, and you will see how this relationship develops. But yes, I was intrigued.
Anyway it has been an eventful week as I welcomed our little Pomeranian who was dumped at a shelter the day after Xmas and is now one more to add to the zoo at Villa Rosa!
I bid you farewell until next week...As always ...Love Lisa.