Seeing Kim with my niece Kimberly getting ready for her prom was touching. I can only imagine how Kim feels seeing her youngest growing up and becoming an adult. I know it must be bittersweet. It seems like our kids are growing at the speed of light. I want them all to slow down!!!
Alexia learning to drive was very stressful and at times comical. Parallel parking is one thing, but actually driving on the road is an entirely different story! Most of the time I sat in the passenger seat in crash position. Well, MY version of crash position: feet on the ceiling. Alexia would say, “Mom, you make me so nervous!” And I would be thinking “I make YOU nervous?!?” I know it’s NOTE: It’s “its”… such an exciting time for kids when they start to drive, but for a parent it’s terrifying. I dread the thought of her driving alone!
Yolanda’s home is so beautiful. I love it! The refrigerator is CRAZY. I have seen a lot of things in this town but not a walk-in refrigerator! Color coordinated vegetables!?! With all the kids in my house that would last two seconds. Fun to look at though.
The evening was really fun. I loved all the music and everyone sitting around like that, having fun and singing.
Of course there was some tension between Lisa, Adrienne, and Paul — but not so much as to ruin the beautiful night.
David Foster is so talented. I was honestly SO impressed. I love music and that music particularly struck a cord with me because of how much my Mom loved it. NOTE: Maybe Kyle-ee does get struck by cords of all types… however, the correct spelling is “chord”…
I’m happy that Adrienne reached out to Lisa to meet and discuss the issues between them. It’s about time. Ken said he would have loved to have been a fly on that wall. Well, next week we all WILL be! Until then. . .