First, I want to thank all of the viewers for being so loyal and interested in our intersection. None of us know what our future holds on the show, but I know how I feel today. I feel proud. All of us have endured, sacrificed, and experimented with reality TV. As fun as it is to watch, it's even more fun to film. We've seen Alex come out of her shell, watched Ally go to college, LuAnn find true love, we've seen Cindy demonstrate what an amazing single mother/business woman looks like, and what a great hairstylist can do to my hair! It has been four seasons of non-stop fun, and we are just getting started. Does LuAnn get married, is Ramona pregnant, does Sonja Morgan become the next Steve Jobs or does she marry one, does Jill Zarin's Skweez line change the shape of America, and do I inspire women that being healthy and happy is hot? You'll have to wait as "the Housewives turn...." But before this, let's reflect back on tonight's episode.
I realized watching Wendy Williams on the MobWives reunion that all women just want is an apology. Resentment has been built up, and not been resolved. Every problem has a solution. Some of us recognize the solution, and others love the problem. That's what makes the world go round. Cindy is a hard working business woman who has two young children, a HUGE business, and personal family issues. Sonja gets defensive around Cindy. Maybe, its her eyeliner that fogs her vision. I've had makeup issues, so I can talk. I wish Sonja would embrace those who work hard, and not find it intimidating. Friends support friends. Period. We can also learn from each other, if we'd let our egos go for one second.
I know that everyone misconstrued Alex's moment with me. I was warning Alex that she needs to be real while we are all together for she's not making the best impression on any of us. She chose to do things her way and continue to isolate herself. I'm glad she puts Simon first because I'm afraid that after this season that's all she'll have. They can tweet sweet-nothings to each other forever.
Is Ramona preggers or is Ramona not preggers, that is the question? Honestly, this is something I would love to have: a family for my family. I'm not so keen on this incident or mocking pregnancy. Sorry for the "Debbie Downer" statement, but I want a family -- I don't just want to get laid.
What a great surprise having Natalie Cole perform a duet with LuAnn. Most of us were so proud for LuAnn. I think you can tell by facial expressions who was and who was not. She sang with such confidence and love for her man. I still get goosebumps when I watch it.
Watch the reunion. . .it's soooo crazyyyyyy, and WEIRD (LOL).