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I Get So "Ramotional"

Ramona thinks Sonja and Alex should have held back, but she knows it's easier said than done.

By Ramona Singer

OK, Episode 2 here we go! Where do I begin?!?

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First of all, I believe in the gays right to marry. In the last episode, I said gays should have a choice. I do not always express myself well with my words because growing up was a war zone with my dad's non-stop abuse and we never spoke or had normal conversations in the household. My sister is gay and I love her dearly! All gays should have the same choices and rights as straight couples -- to marry, to have heath care benefits, etc. I could not attend the march, but I deeply support the cause.

I was surprised at the passion that came from both Alex and Sonja. If I was there I don't know what I would have done, as I love them both dearly.

I was even more shocked to see what happened at Sonja's home before I arrived. It was such a heated argument that I don't know if it was the best idea for Sonja to bring up the march as soon as she saw Alex walk into her home. It was not the right time or place to discuss it. As soon as Sonja brought it up, Alex should have squashed it by saying let's have this conversation another time. But easier said then done! As an outsider I can give this advice, but I know I too get "Ramotional," heated, and at times I can't contain myself. It is hard to hold back for the right time or place when something weighs heavy on your mind. I am at fault numerous times on this!

When I arrived at Sonja's home with my Ramona pinot grigio. I had no clue what went down.

So it is what it is. But I know they will resolve this, as they do like and respect each other.

How wild that Kelly showed up with Sonja to the Gucci event!  What surprised me was my reaction: first being upset, then wanting to include Kelly and make her feel welcome. Kelly is Kelly, and I have learned to accept her.

I still say Kelly is a four-year-old girl trapped in a 40-year-old body. When I was in St. John, I treated her with such patience, as you would a young child. As long as I do that I am able to get along with her. I say this because I find there is such an innocence and naiveté about her. So once I found out she was with Sonja, I did not want her to feel excluded from the table if she chose to stay, and I feel that was the right decision.

Next week I dare to walk the walk in David Meister's fashion show and all the models are wearing my HSN jewelry collection. Most of the jewelry I am wearing on the show you watched tonight is from my newest collection for True Faith jewelry.

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