This week's episode of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was remarkably calm considering all the tumult we've grown accustomed to. The one teensy bit of drama came from Yolanda Foster and Taylor Armstrong.
See, Taylor is BFF with Linda Thomposn, who used to be married to David Foster. Unfortunately it seems Linda has a serious case of the jellybeans both over the show and David moving on to the exquisite Yofabulous. Yolanda has been hearing through the grapevine that Taylor has been talking behind her back and making accusations about her marriage stemming from Linda. When Yolanda confronted Taylor, Taylor denied any feelings of ill-will.
"Taylor was one of the women who did not really embrace me coming into this group and I kept hearing that she had issues with me so I finally decided to confront her," Yolanda shares in her Bravo Blog.
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"Even though I don't believe we can or need to all be best friends, I still feel we need to look each other in the eyes and be honest. Trash talk is poisonous and a bad habit! Maybe if Taylor had taken the time to have a coffee with me, she might have liked me before she wasted her precious time not liking me."
"I just realized she is now trying to make it about my husband," Yolanda adds. "Geez, she doesn't even know my husband so she is judging him on whatever his ex-wife has told her. . ."
"Well Miss Taylor, remember there are always three sides to a story. His, hers, and the truth, so maybe get the other two-thirds of the story before you let your mouth run on someone you don't even know!"
Taylor confesses she didn't like Yolanda and apologizes because it seems she too had a case of the jealousies! "I owe Yolanda an apology," Taylor admits. "When she and I met, I was in a bad place. I was in no state of mind to be making new friends. I was watching my life fall apart and looking at her perfect life wasn't helping."
"I was convinced that I would never love or trust another man again and here she had two successful marriages and a beautiful family. It had nothing to do with Yolanda. My emotions were raging and I was like a snake in the corner, striking at everything. I am sorry, Yolanda."
"People have often asked me why I would sign up for a reality show as if it was some sort of sentence, but when I view episodes forever documented like this I rest assured that we made the right choice."
"One of the many reasons that I fell in love with Ken was the kindness he exuded," Lisa writes. "We met when Warren was 15 and I was 21. As he explained, he was married briefly for two years at 19, to a young wife who wasn't prepared for the challenging job of being a mother. So he then fought for custody of their only child."
"He worked many jobs laboring, night jobs, anything to provide for his son, and, with the help of his mother, he raised an educated, well-mannered young man."
Lisa adds,"Life was hard at the beginning. But with sheer tenacity and some sort of innovative business sense, he created a life for his family (including his parents) that otherwise they wouldn't have had."
"I explained how when Warren first met Sue, the 16 year age difference, the secrecy that had transpired, was not something we supported. But I learned a very valuable lesson, when our children make a choice, remember our opinions and influence are pretty much redundant."
"It took a while, a few years, that with hindsight was a complete waste of emotion. And now 26 years and a lovely grandson for Ken later, we would have to admit we were wrong."
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