Watching the show I think I might of over reacted a little, but it was kinda my breaking point with Brooks and I felt he was instigating a fight between Vicki and myself. Maybe we are all wrong about Brooks. . .All I want is Vicki to be in a happy healthy relationship, and we can all live happily ever after.
The second part of the season finale reminded me how fast time flies and how quickly things can change! This season has been full of transformations and while I was seen speaking my mind a lot this season, I think that is part of being genuine.
One amazing change that came about was my friendship with Gretchen. It meant so much when she gave me that bracelet, and it definitely represented how much we have grown and how much our friendship has matured. I am so happy we were able to get past our differences.
Watching the finale allowed me to reflect over the past year and remember how blessed I am to have such amazing people in my life. I finally feel like I have achieved the happiness I deserve. I can't watch this episode without being thankful for my friends, my amazing children, and of course WinesbyWives.com.
Finding the diamond at Heather's party was so exciting. What woman doesn't love a rock?! It was another reminder of how lucky I am to have found Eddie though, and it really made me think about all the couples out there who are as lucky as I am to have found someone that makes everyday more enjoyable.
Getting engaged to Eddie was one of the happiest days of my life, and I realized finding the diamond was a way for me to share that joy. I am going to give the diamond from Heather's party away to a deserving couple that may not be able to afford a ring but whose love story moves me and my fans.
By visiting WinesbyWives.com couples can submit their love stories. I will choose my top five and then let the fans vote for their favorite. Being engaged to Eddie has been so wonderful, and I can't wait to give the diamond to another couple so they can enjoy in the magic of such an incredible time in their life and in their relationship. . .