I don't remember seeing a post about this ~ Lynn N Chicago, a prolific writer about the RH, died recently. I remember reading her blog when she uncovered stupid things jillzarin said and did; the blog was good, much read among RH fans, and I always wondered how she got so much inside info. I'll miss her!
Blogger Lynn ‘N Chicago’ Hudson Dies From A Heart Attack | Reality Wives
"Not my circus. Not my monkeys"
~~ Old Polish Proverb ~~
But I don’t want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
"Oh, you can’t help that," said the Cat: "we’re all mad here.
"Neo-fascist movements do not advance gradually by persuasion; they first transform the terms of the debate, create a new movement based on untrammeled emotion, take over existing institutions, and then ruthlessly exploit events." — Andrew Sullivan
I got the impression the women negotiate with one another over who comes to what events, not over screen time. Alex was saying (I thought) that if you wanted someone to come to your event, you sometimes had to go to one of their events, even if you didn't particularly want to.
I think the point of Aviva expecting every single one of the women to attend her charity event was way OTT. People have lives and can't always do everything they want to do.
I liked how Ramona handled it (which is remarkable in itself!) by apologizing and donating a check to Aviva...I can understand how Sonja wouldn't have been able to donate...I don't think their much $$ in her back account.
Very sorry to hear about lynn N chicago's death...way too young.
And how silly what Bravo is doing about Aviva's dire dread of flying in a small plane to the island...if it's true as Alex says that there's a ferry as an alternate way.
That's Bravo's manipulation at it's best!
Thank you Prism for telling us. Over the years I have popped in here sometimes more times than others. So I do not know her specificly. But what a beautiful face she has. She looks like a beautiful soul. RIP Lynn
The last word isn't really important in situations when nobody is listening.
I very much believe in rescuing animals, not buying them.
Candice Bergen, on finding her dog, Lois, a terrier/basset hound mix
Lynn died on her 49th birthday, which just makes it doubly sad for her family, I think. She leaves a son, but I don't know if he is young or in his teens.