Kenya says she and Madam CJ Walker have something in common: being self-made women. She says of Madam CJ, “she neither inherited her money nor married someone who was a millionaire. She was a woman who came from the cotton fields who promoted herself into the business of manufacturing hair goods. She built her own factory on her own ground. I too am self-made, often believing in myself when no one else did.”
Since it’s Thanksgiving, and we’re all about some Holiday spirit, and the ladies of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills have so much extra to give, we’re counting down the six reasons we’re thankful the First Ladies Of Diamond Warfare are back.
CONTINUE READING FOR 6 REASONS WE’RE THANKFUL FOR RHOBH!
Happy Thanksgiving! We hope you and your family enjoy the day together – eating, watching the parade, watching football – whatever it is you do today!! Posting will be on the light side as our writers spend some time with their families and rest their typing fingers.
We want to take a few minutes to share that we are so thankful today (and every other day of the year) for you, our readers. We are so grateful for our cozy little community here. Whether you participate in the comments or just read along, we appreciate every one of you! If it wasn’t for all of you, we’d be here talking to ourselves, and trust us, our families don’t need another reason to think our reality TV obsession has taken hold of our sanity. So, thanks for being our “people” – aka fellow reality TV fans.
In reality, Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough took home the mirror ball trophy last night, but Kim did finally get to perform the I Dream Of Jeannie inspired Samba she was schedule to do the week she withdrew. “It was very emotional,” shared Kim. “I had a stroke when I left. I had heart surgery three weeks ago. So, to be back here doing my dance, it goes way beyond the show and the experience. I am so thankful to be here.” See the weepy video Kim posted on Instagram after her 30 seconds of Samba below.