Hope everyone had a great weekend. After watching this weeks episode, I don’t know about you, but it was finally refreshing to have some laughs.
As we continue our Whistler trip episodes, I apologize for not writing my blog last week. I was busy travelling for my insurance business and just couldn’t find the time to sit down and reflect from what happened on the ski slope with Lauri and Gretchen. I was very emotional and sad about the terrible things that Lauri accused me of, without any real facts. Her continued lies just made me again wonder what was her motive to come back with our group? If it was truly because she was hurt seven years ago about a letter I got from George’s ex-mother in law that I didn’t share with her, then she should have dealt with it at that time and not now. We saw each other a few years after that situation and she never addressed it. As far as I was concerned it was done and finished. Ugh. . .so annoying.
Anyways, moving on to our winter vacation. I’m into cold weather sports. I really enjoyed the snowmobiling and skiing that we did. It was something different and something that I don’t think all of us would have planned if it wasn’t for Lydia’s idea.
I loved going to the Bearfoot Restaurant and going into the vodka ice room. When I told Tamra to put her tongue on the ice wall –- I really didn’t think she would do it. I almost had another “leakage” because I was laughing so hard. We had just finished talking about the movie Dumb and Dumber and that’s why I told Tamra to put her tongue on the wall. I had no idea she was really going to do it. Poor thing, her tip of her tongue was sore for days and she couldn’t taste anything until it healed. I felt so bad for her, but it sure was a good laugh.
Heather was quite a trooper going all the way to Canada for a half day and then turning around and flying all the way back home to get to work. I couldn’t believe she would do that, but she didn’t want to miss out on the entire ski trip and she said she always wanted to see Canada so decided to do it. I was really proud of her and Terry and how they have reconnected as a couple. It’s really tough when communication breaks down in marriages and I am proud that they were brave enough to talk about it. Terry has really stepped up to the plate and I know how proud he is of Heather.
I will be on Watch What Happens Live tonight, so if you can stay up late I hope you have a chance to see me on with Andy. We taped our reunion show last week and I’m still licking my battle wounds. All I can say is “WOW!" You think I would be used to it after eight seasons but the answer is NO…I’m not.
I hope you all a great week. Please don’t forget about visiting my website if you are in the need of any types of insurance. I am proud to let you know that my son just moved down to San Diego a few weeks ago and he’s really doing great. He’s still working for Coto Insurance and commutes two days a week and works from his home 3 days. That’s the beauty of our business.
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Briana is doing great and anxiously waiting for Ryan to get his orders to come home from Afghanistan. They have an opportunity to Skype almost every day, which I know helps both of them out. She is an amazing mother to Troy who is nine months already and he has definitely won my heart over. I love him so much and am so thankful for him as he is truly a blessing.
Have a great week and don’t forget to "woo hoo" every now and then.