So many people asked why I didn’t blog last week. I went on a five-day retreat where I basically unplugged from social media and the internet. It was a great experience and gave me the reset I needed. I’m in such a better mindset to block Twitter trolls.
My goal for this camping trip was to take time for all of us to get away from the hustle, bustle, and drama of Beverly Hills. Also, it felt like a great opportunity to build on our relationships and really connect. I think we succeeded (mostly). Whether it’s beer pong or rock climbing, we left the Birkins behind and let our extensions down for some fun. But...
First, let’s talk about the “entitled millennial” label that Camille tried to use as an insult last week. I take millennial as a plus, as it makes me feel young! And entitled? Nah. I’ve worked since I was a teenager and built a business on my own from the ground up. No need for a divorce settlement here.
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Camille says I insinuated myself into Dorit and Kyle’s conversation. Great. I did. I had an opinion. But… let’s rewind the tapes, shall we? Just last week, Dorit and Kyle were having a conversation at my dining table and, gasp, Camille “insinuated” herself into that conversation by telling Dorit she hadn’t heard about her until two years ago, something that was more insult than opinion. So I’ll take know-it-all over just plain rude.
Speaking of rude, Camille says she couldn’t believe the things coming out of Rinna’s mouth in the Bahamas. Well, I’m fairly certain nothing Rinna said was as crazy as the things Camille was spewing about LVP a few weeks ago at Beauty & Essex.
Camille has continuously made negative comments about Dorit behind her back, like that Dorit makes the hairs on the back of her neck stick up, yet she continues to act so kind to Dorit’s face, even to go so far on tonight’s episode to pretend that she was worried about Dorit’s feelings the night of the Boy George concert.
So yes, while Camille’s face was right there tonight, she still left at least three others at home. Strap that on for thought.
But despite all of that, we really had a great time and good conversation! And I am never letting Edwin get a massage again.
PS. I’m sure you noticed the Skyline logo on the RV — I am very proud of Edwin’s business, which has secured and protected over 100,000 homes in the past 15 years, landing on the Inc. 5000 list three times and named Brinks #1 dealer. It's a major achievement and I am super proud of him. Love you, babe.