October 30, 2012 Bravo…
As I sit here in my New York City hotel room stuck due to cancelled flights, watching this terrifying and devastating Hurricane Sandy on the news, my thoughts and prayers go to the families affected by this catastrophe
At this point, my initial post about the nasty scumbag whose name I will never mention again and Adriana’s brutal physical attack on me that was caught on film for the entire world to see becomes irrelevant. NOTE: As the entire world can CLEARLY see, Joanna ran after Adriana and grabbed Adriana’s arm!
There are millions of people directly affected by this storm, not to mention family and friends all the world over who are worried about their loved ones in Sandy’s path. This storm is truly having a global impact, and this is where our thoughts and energies are needed now.
It also gives me great satisfaction to see on the news reports that some good was learned from Katrina and provisions have been made at many shelters to accommodate pets. I pray that Sandy passes quickly and that people pay attention to the officials’ warnings, take shelter, and stay out of harm’s way…
I won’t lie I am scared like a little 5-year-old child, because I have never experienced a hurricane. NOTE: What a buncha BULLSH*T! Joanna pulls the “Ima little girl, sitting in the middle of Hurricane Sandy (in a well-prepared HOTEL room), who can’t write more about the “SLAP” episode” ’cause I’m scared. Ain’t buyin’ it, Jo! Joanna musta chatted with DonCaro about how to submit crap BravoBlogs!
NOTE: Let’s not interpret this as SH “taking sides” with any of the Housewives… as some have done via comments. Let’s just put out the facts of the matter: Joanna interrupted the conversation between Karent and Adriana; Adriana left the conversation; Joanna went after Adriana.
Karent Sierra’s BravoBlog… the whole thing!
I am writing the blog from New York, as I sit here with Joanna seeing the wind and rain blowing from our window. Poor Joanna is freaking out because she has never been through a hurricane, and she is like a scared 2-year-old. This is why we are such great friends, we complement each other perfectly. She is strong when it comes to personal attacks and attacks on people she loves, but then I am the strong one comforting her and letting her know everything will be alright during this hurricane.