Hello again, another week has come and gone. I feel like I wrote last week’s blog an hour ago; time is surely flying.
I really don't have much to say about this week’s episode. To me it just rehashed the same issues that we've all been dealing with for the past couple of years. If anything, I think it shoes how deep the hurt is between Teresa and Joe.
The scene in the gym was very telling and sad to watch. Unfortunately there is more of that to come, but I think that this is what they need. Get it all out in the open and build from there. There is no denying that these two love each other very much. Keep watching, they may surprise you.
Things Get Nasty at the Gym
I felt bad having to tell Kathy that Teresa wasn't interested in mending their relationship at that point in time. Kathy was ready to go and knock on Teresa's door, and knowing Teresa's feelings, I knew it could only end in disaster. I did tell Kathy that Teresa needed time and maybe everyone should step back and let the building of relationships begin with Teresa and her brother Joe and then branch out from there. If you remember, when I spoke to Teresa I suggested she start with Kathy. She was adamant about her feelings and I didn't see the point of letting Kathy walk into a brick wall; she certainly doesn't deserve that. The story doesn't end there though, so again, keep watching.
Rosie Goes Ballistic
Little Town is now open and is doing amazing; the boys are managing to work both BLK and the restaurant without too much of a struggle. They're full of energy and have dedicated themselves to both projects with a positive attitude, so far so good! Proud mommy moment!