It’s been two weeks since my last post, and it’s because I’ve been devoting my time to some rather personal things. My son Peter had his third surgery on his right shoulder, and this time he’s recovering from an extremely complex surgical reconstruction for recurrent dislocations. He had two prior surgical procedures, and this procedure required a five inch open incision and a bone graph transfer with screw fixation to the shoulder socket.
In Episode 4 I attended the Dalí exhibit with my husband Herman. I must say it was a great pleasure to be able to attend, because I’ve always been a big fan of Dalí’s work. I was glad to see that James attended the event rather than Elaine, but not even that stops his eccentric self from bashing my amiguita (friend) Marysol. I decided to excuse myself, because I was there to appreciate the art work and not engage in drama. I must mention it’s very disheartening to watch the scene where the new girls refer to the original cast members as "the others," making it a point to criticize and make fun of us. Truthfully, I believe it’s too soon for the girls to jump to conclusions and judge us without attempting to get to know us. Again, you can clearly see the separation.
Reconfirming what I felt in Episode 4, Karent makes it a priority to constantly talk about "the girls." "At the end of the day" (no pun intended) her "boyfriend" Rodolfo doesn’t want to hear about it either and makes it very clear in expressing it to her. Which brings us to the Hearts and Stars Gala, where I was able to witness firsthand Karent’s inappropriate behavior, which Adriana had mentioned. I’m still trying to understand her over-excited personality.
Until next week I leave you with this thought:
I have done my best… that is all the philosophy of living one needs!