Lizzie Rovsek – Lizzie Thinks Vicki is a Good Person
“Ahhh, the joys of motherhood!! Tonight you saw Heather and I going on a play date with Coco and Preston.” Lizzie begins with her conversation with Heather. Lizzie tells us that she asked for Heather’s advice because she wasn’t sure if Vicki’s apology was genuine. Lizzie wasn’t insulted because she was called Mexican, “The insult was that she purposefully forgot my name and pretended like she never met me. And after saying to me that I “have ethnic things going on” in which I explained my heritage, she acted like that never happened. The insult was that she completely negated our previous conversations.” Lizzie sees that Heather has her own issues & had a difficult time offering guidance. “However, Heather did tell me that Vicki is a loyal friend, and I do believe that there is a good person with a big heart in Vicki. She just has to give me a chance to see it.”
“I definitely want more children. Baby No. 3 is a serious conversation in the Rovsek house. The only other question is timing. I want my kids to be close in age.” Lizzie says that she expected to have a house full of girls, but that she adores her 2 boys. “Isn’t it funny how God gives us what we need and not necessarily what we want?”
“Danielle and I went to Shannon’s house for a makeup lesson. I was mostly excited to see Shannon’s gorgeous house I kept hearing so much about.” I’m not sure what to think about this makeup lesson. Danielle & Lizzie don’t seem like people that need help in that department. As for Shannon & Heather, “I think I speak on behalf of everyone in the group: We just want these two to make up!” Lizzie thinks that the 2 might work it out if the other ladies aren’t around.
“You got to meet my sister Becky tonight!!… I walk back and forth to her house multiple times a day.” I’m kind of jealous that Lizzie has her sister so close. “I think tonight’s episode was nice because it shows a lot of us with our families. It’s less drama with each other and more family time.”
Vicki Gunvalson – Briana’s Doing Great in Oklahoma
As for this week’s episode, Vicki says “it was one of those that I struggled to watch. My hair was a disaster for most of the scenes and my skin didn’t look the best.” Really? That’s why it was hard to watch?
“It was so beautiful driving around the suburbs of Oklahoma City looking at houses for them. Most of the houses we looked at were under $400,000 and I was in complete shock at what they could buy for their money there. It definitely made me happy to see that they could live in such a nice community and have it be affordable.” Vicki tells us that she’s been back 4 times since they moved. “I’ll be spending two weeks with her to help her with the new baby, Troy and her recovering from another C-section.”
She apologizes for her inappropriate comment to Ryan. ” When I asked Ryan in the car “when is he going to get a real job,” it came out wrong — I meant to say a “civilian job” not a “real job.” I truly think Ryan has sacrificed and has served his country to the highest level imaginable and I have so much respect for him. All I’m saying is that I don’t want him to go back to war if at all possible.”
“I’m glad that Shannon and Heather had an opportunity to meet to discuss their differences. I am friends with both of them, so it’s hard for me to understand why they are at odds with each other.” I’m not sure that anything was resolved from that meeting & I doubt that Shannon will ever let go of her animosity toward Heather.
Shannon Beador – Shannon Says “Enough About the Chair”
Shannon begins with the Christmas cards. Let me just say, I hate when Bravo so obviously throws stuff in out of order. Are we really supposed to believe that these women would wait until after Thanksgiving to take holiday card photos? “Both Heather and I clearly get involved in our family photo ops. I thought it was funny to watch each of us wanting the best shots possible! Clearly we have some similarities!” Shannon then tells us that she doesn’t talk about Heather all the time, but she wouldn’t really have a storyline if she got along with Heather & didn’t talk about her. “It’s interesting that Lizzie said I am always rehashing issues with Heather because at this point, I had only met her at Javier’s and seen her at the hoedown.”
“Tonight you get a glimpse of me “pre-nose and chin job.” I had the surgery my sophomore year in college and thought it would change everything! No one really noticed afterwards.” Who gets a nose & chin job in college? There’s no way I could have afforded that – money or time-wise.
“My meeting with Heather. I don’t really understand what Heather is saying when she states, “I’m not a paranoid person, so if I feel someone is talking behind my back, it’s probably true.” Is she psychic? I don’t walk around talking about her all day.” Umm, we’ve seen you talking about Heather several times now, so she’s obviously right. “I can’t keep talking about this chair thing. Heather’s “perception” of what happened is wrong.” Then STOP TALKING ABOUT IT! The rest of us are sick of it too! “When Heather tries to explain why she feels “left out,” it is frustrating that she speaks to me with her finger pointed to me.” Ugh, who cares if Heather didn’t get invited to a football game? The two aren’t friends so why would Shannon invite her? “Clearly Heather and my “perceptions” are not on the same in many instances. My gut is telling me that it is not really going to change either, but I am a positive person. I like to move on. We’ll see…” I don’t see these two ever being friends or moving on. Shannon doesn’t seem like one to let something go.
Honestly, I can take or leave a blog from Heather so I’m not too disappointed that she didn’t post this week.
I am disappointed that Tamra has nothing to say about her son’s illegal drug use, which was pretty much her storyline this week.