Arizona: A Horse of a Different Color

Hi dolls! Happy Fall! Sorry I have been a few weeks behind, but Arizona was a three parter, so I combined all episodes together.  I’m going to keep this one short and sweet, as I have a feeling there will be a lot to discuss in the weeks to come!

I would like to start out by saying that I give Melissa a lot of credit for going to Arizona for therapy on her birthday, and sick let alone! Arizona is beautiful, but you would have to drag me kicking and screaming before I would fly 3,000 miles on a plane across the country to do healing family group exercises whilst under the weather! It feels like they were there forever too! Anyway, she was a real trooper and I felt for her!

I thought the best part of the trilogy was Wyatt, the horse whisperer. He really dug deep down and got to the bottom of the underlying issues and history within the group. He did not hold back or sugarcoat anything, and I think that is why everyone was so emotional. With this exercise, Wyatt also got everyone to encourage and support one another in being able to lift the horse’s hoof. The whole scene was very real. It was truly unbelievable to see how that horse could interpret all of the different levels of energy and confidence. It just proves how smart animals really are. I do have to disagree with Caroline’s comment in the interview about Teresa being superficial. I have known Teresa a long time and I can honestly say that she is one of the least superficial people I know. She never ceases to amaze me especially with her fans. She is very gracious and will take countless pictures until she literally cannot smile anymore!

The second part of the trip I could appreciate the most was the partnered tightrope walking. It was very sweet to see Teresa and her brother get up there together and have to rely so heavily on one another, no pun intended. I give them all credit because I personally could never go up there being afraid of heights! I also thought it was very noble of Teresa to go back up a second time with Melissa when she knew she was afraid. They didn’t make it very far on the actual rope, but in terms of their relationship I think they made it a long way in that moment.

Lastly, I have to address Joe throwing the glass at the wall. I understand that everyone was drinking that night, however he almost got glass in his sister’s eye. Joe Gorga is very passionate, and of course any man would get that angry if someone was verbally attacking his wife on Twitter. I just need to reiterate that Joe really does need to learn how to control his temper before someone gets hurt. Melissa did reprimand him, as she should have, but I just worry that one day it will be a little too late.

Like I said, short and sweet on this one, but be prepared for the upcoming ones to be much lengthier to close out the season. We are coming to the end already if you can believe it! Still some great stuff to come though, so check back after Sunday night for the next edition of my blog! Posche has been rocking and I am so appreciative to everyone who has been coming by to show support and shop! Our next fashion show is coming up on Wednesday, October 23rd at the Venetian and tickets are selling fast! Hope to see some of you there! Until next week!

Kim xo

 

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