It was so strange seeing Kelly act the way she did during dinner. It was the first time I met her in person (I was introduced to her over Lydia's FaceTime a few hours before) and she did not leave me with the best impression. Over FaceTime she seemed like such a fun and loving person who’s the life of the party, but when I saw her act that way during dinner it completely threw me off. I felt like I had to decide whether or not I wanted to associate myself with a woman who has a temper, but who is also very funny at times. I had never been in a situation like the one I was in at The Quiet Woman, which I evidently communicated through my facial expressions. Did I mention the brussels sprouts are really good there?! Even though the night was hectic, it was nice of Kelly to apologize. I’m sure alcohol played a key role in her behavior that night, because Kelly doesn’t seem like the type to attack in that manner...maybe I’m just being too nice.
Fast forward to Judy's house for Stirling's birthday party, I couldn’t help but rewind the conversation I had with Vicki when I got home that night. She is such an incredible listener and she was so understanding of my situation. I loved that she extended the offer to watch the kids and that she was sympathetic towards me. This is why I felt comfortable inviting her over the next day. When she pulled into our garage, she looked like a kid in a candy store! Her excitement was contagious and we couldn’t help but offer her a set of wheels. Diko and her decided on the Bogota model by Giovanna Wheels. It was great to have her over and I was excited that she got to meet my kids. I didn’t take Vicki’s comment about me being spoiled in the wrong way. I know she was only kidding and that she meant it in an innocent way. I’m not that sensitive.