Typically I scribble down a few thoughts while watching The Real Housewives of Orange County. Sometimes it's just a sentence or two: That new housewife is a moron and her husband makes Jon Gosselin seem attractive, sometimes a few words: frozen-faced, bad parenting, annoying laugh, full of it, empty, exciting, god I love this show, buy more red wine, and other times I'll write paragraphs. However much I do jot down, the notes usually end up with a little red wine on them and sometimes, just sometimes, when the show's over, I'll take that piece of paper with those thoughts, fold it in half, fold again, fold again and end up with a paper plane which I sometimes fling in my bf's direction depending on how I feel. And there you have my process.
This morning before plopping down in front of my computer to do this posting, I did a pretty thorough search for my notes from this past week's show...... no paper airplanes anywhere..... no wine-soaked pages from my sketchbook (well, none related to that particular episode)....... nothing. So here I go winging it.....
My sweet Vicki tried to organize a "girl's trip" to Florida. Girl's only. But being that Simon and Jim have their wives on extremely short leashes and that they are both as much into the attention as their blond spouses--- they had to go too. Vicki wasn't happy with that set up but I guess she accepted that they were coming. Not to be outdone in the attention whoring department, Slade had to show up as well which threw my precious Vicki for too much of a loop and triggered the above reaction. How are they gonna play Vicki like that?
That's yet another reaction to Slade's presence at the "girl's trip." With all five of the cast mates there: Vicki, Gretchen, Alexis a.k.a Jesus Barbie, Tamra, and Lynne, and three of their significant others present--- the girl's trip was now a couple's trip. Poor Lynne was so heavily medicated from her recent face and neck lifts that I wouldn't really count her as being there. On the Lynne note, I'm just going to say if I had to have one of these gals as a neighbor, I'd probably want it to be Lynne. She seems really sweet, non-confrontational, and I'm just guessing that she'd have some great weed. :)