If you ever want to know about the ins and outs of marriage and divorce, just watch The Real Housewives of Orange County! It's amazing how everyone is experiencing the different stages of relationships right now. It's nice when we can all get along so we can be supportive of each other's situations and be there through and ups and downs.
Shannon is really being put through the wringer by her ex-husband in their divorce. I was happy to see her come out on top after her court proceeding, even if it took an emotional toll. I think the matchmaker was the push she really needed to move on and get back out there. Tamra knew what she was doing. She's been there with Shannon through it all, and she's a good friend.
Hearing about Shane throwing Gina out of Emily's house was a plot twist! Who does that? Not having been there to witness it, all I can say is that I think it's always inexcusable for a man to yell at a woman, especially if it's not someone he knows. As a party hostess, Emily must have been mortified at the way the night ended. Still, something tells me everybody is blowing it out of proportion. Sometimes, the way stories get passed around and exaggerated, a whole drama can be created that wasn't even there to begin with. But hey—it's not my drama, so I'll just sit back and enjoy the fireworks on this one.
So now you've all had a taste of the Milkman! I met Frank at the Mayweather V. McGregor fight in Vegas. We had a couple of friends in common. We were friends first and even talked about going into business together. We are still good friends. I love spending time with him. Being that he lives in New York, you could say he's geographically undesirable, but at least our connection is real. We still talk and see each other. I love our friendship and our bond, but I think it could never work out because of the distance. His business is in New York, and it means everything to him.
When I laughed at the idea of being alone, I know I might seem like an egomaniac, but to clarify, I was trying to point out that there's no reason for anyone to be alone. After all, we could all settle if we wanted to. I've been married twice and engaged once more. I've never been alone. But at this point in my life, I actually need to be alone and want to be alone. Am I confident that I won't end up alone? It's not a fear that I have, at least not right now. I will say one thing: I'm an open-minded girl, but I am pretty sure I won't marry a Mormon. I'm sure he'd tell me I'm going straight to hell!