The Hamptons in early fall is heavenly, and when the weather is beautiful, I love taking my friends and family on boat rides around Sag Harbor. Dorinda, Victoria and I had so much fun that afternoon. We took my boat out for a cruise! It was the beginning of a spectacular weekend, and I wasn’t going to let any of the ladies’ negativity bring me down. I’m too busy planning my wedding and enjoying life with Tom to become mired in Sonja’s angst or Bethenny’s self-centeredness.
Ramona’s timing was definitely off when she asked Bethenny if her 6-year-old daughter knows about her foray into soft porn. Ramona’s never been known as a subtle person, and while she says her intentions were good, I don’t think this was the time or place to express her concerns. We’ve all done things we regret, yet we don’t get reminded of them over dinner with friends, unless it’s in good fun! As for Bethenny, she doesn’t care about me at all and whenever one of us calls her out for being self-centered and mean, she runs away rather than staying to work it out. In the Berkshires last year, she called me all sorts of nasty things, but I didn’t run away! I stayed and defended myself.
I’ve invited the ladies over on Sunday for a late breakfast to see my new addition, and I hope that they will leave their resentments behind so we can have a good time! Before that, though, we are going to a party at Ramona’s where Dorinda’s planning to confront Sonja about the rumors Sonja’s been spreading. You’d think if Sonja wanted to preserve our friendship she would speak positively about Dorinda and me. Dorinda’s drinking Coke, so we can assume she means business. I don’t expect to see Bethenny at my brunch or Ramona’s dinner. It’s fall, but there’s sure to be fireworks! To be continued...
Until next week, stand up for yourself!