Kim Richards is taking to her Bravo Blog to discuss the Ojai trip the women of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills went on. She discusses her emotions and the dinner table, her feelings on Brandi, how much fun she had, and explains that it was a really good healing process for almost everyone! Read what else Kim had to say about the trip below!
Kim writes, “Hi everyone! I hope you’re all having a great week! In watching this episode seeing what happened at the dinner table was difficult for me. I excuse myself at the dinner table that night, as I just wanted a moment to catch my breath and regroup. I thought Brandi coming in was a nice gesture. I could feel her sincerity but it was a little too painful to go through at a dinner. .Therapy? Yes! Dinner, no!
Standing in the ladies’ room, I felt a lot of deep emotions and I just wanted to wash my face and get back to the table. I didn’t want to make what happened between Brandi and I into any more of an issue than it already has been. I felt that Brandi, the group, and I were on the road to recovery!
And now it’s seemed like Brandi and Adrienne were going at it worse than ever! I was happy when we get back to the table and saw that everybody had a book deal and enjoyed meditating! Haha. I can’t say that I wasn’t relieved that the focus was no longer on me, but I felt bad for the girls!
My main focus right now is staying well and trying to move forward. Moments like this are not good for any of us.
I was so happy the next day when we woke up and everybody was able to put this all behind us! We hopped on our golf carts and off we went! I couldn’t believe Lisa. I should have been behind that wheel! Although we had fun, if I had been driving I would’ve given Yolanda a real run for her money! I thought Lisa had it in her! It’s OK. Next time Yolanda!
I had a really great time at the spa — thought it was not as relaxing as it could have been. We were too busy having having fun and getting goofy! But did we have fun? Absolutely! We all loked like we just got the worst spray tans you could ever get!
That night at dinner the food was great, and the head chef Chad was very nice. Then Yolanda started to share her remedy for back pain. Needless to say I was a little taken back! It sounded a little scary and gross. After dinner we all went into the den and talked about the events of our day. As the girls broke out the hard stuff, it was my time to say my goodnights and head upstairs!
The next morning as we were getting ready to leave I was sitting in the kitchen with my sister Kyle discussing the weekend. I don’t think this was a great weekend for my sister and I. For some one-on-one special time, we could have walked alone, just the two of us, or maybe had a nice horseback ride to the mountains. But my sister and I did have a good time.
I felt we did grow as a group and a lot of healing took place. (For some of us!) Yes this trip had its moments — but there was a lot of laughter and a lot of fun involved. That was my goal for this weekend. What Camille said as we were leaving really meant a lot to me and I really think this brought the group a step closer!
While driving home I loved hearing Lisa doing her American accent! I found it quite entertaining and she had me laughing all the way home! I’m truly grateful for such a great weekend!”
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