Lydia Defends Her Sense of Humor

Lydia Defends Her Sense of Humor

Her comments about nerdy skiers were just jokes and she's glad the Whistler trip had its share of them.

I want to start off by addressing a few things from last week's episode. I don't take myself too seriously, which is one reason why I decided to do this show. I wanted to bring a lighter side to the drama and make people smile. Apparently, some of the viewers don't share in my same sense of humor -- particularly my "skiers are nerds" and "Americans don't know where Canada is" remarks. I was being silly. Of course I don't think all skiers are nerds and I know that most Americans do know where Canada is. This show is meant for entertainment.

As far as this week's episode goes, I don't see any reason for me to comment on all the drama. None of it had anything to do with me. We just filmed the reunion show which should air in a few weeks, and you can see where we all stand with one another.

On our Canadian adventure, I was relived when the ladies agreed to put all the drama aside and enjoy our last day of vacation. Snowmobiling was fun and a memory I will forever treasure. I loved that we could all be playful and just have a good time together.

The good times continued at dinner. I was dying laughing when Tamra got her tongue stuck on the ice wall, but once I could see that she was a bit panicked, I tried to calm her down and keep the mood light until the hot water arrived to disconnect her. Thankfully, Tamra only had to leave a little bit of her tongue in Canada and was OK! It was a classic moment and we all needed a good laugh. Tamra is a trooper and took one for the team!


I hope you all had fun seeing a bit of Canada. It was awesome to take the ladies on a trip and although we got sidetracked with the crazy, we ended up having a wonderful time.

Those are my 2 cents. To keep up with me throughout the week follow me at:
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