Monday, April 6, 2009

I'm addicted...

So over the weekend I managed to become addicted to Bravo, and it didn't take much.

My friend had told me about this show she constantly watches called "Millionaire Matchmaker." I'm not a fan of those silly romance shows, but was told I had to see it. Well when I got home I just happened to see it on. I thought the show was pretty funny, but don't think it is going to land a spot on my Tivo. There was this one girl that flat annoyed me, but I guess that is pretty common on the show. The host was pretty demanding of her clientele and the show really seems like show searching for hot hookups for rich men. But that isn't what got me addicted.

I also watched three episodes of The Real Housewives of New York City. That did it, and I decided that's what I want to be when I grow up.

While watching the show I son realized I <3 Bethenny. I think she is great and is doing amazing as a single mom. She is fun, strong willed and man I wish I could afford her for a days worth of meals. I am going to buy her book this week!

Kelly rubbed me the wrong way and I am not sure that I will ever like her. I think that she is a little too stuck on herself, and thinks the world should revolve around her. Not to mention, I think she is a bit manly.

The others didn't make a huge impression on me, but I didn't dislike them. I think Jill is hilarious and defiantly a dominate woman. Maybe since I only watched three episodes I am completely behind. haha. I need to catch up!

I guess I was addicted to the show because a lot of these women are doing great things for themselves and aren't the typical "stereotype" of a rich housewife. I like how they are so involved and a lot of them have their own personal income.

But I am not sure I could ever spend $30,000 on a dress.

How do I fit in?

Well,even though I am what most would consider a "country girl" since I didn't grow up in a major city, I absolutely love New York and always have. I really think I could be extremely happy there, but I find myself constantly searching for that perfect job that could put me on that path. I love the city life and all the people I have came into contact with. I guess I just need to find the perfect husband to go with it :)

2 comments:

Tamela said...

Wow, $30,000 on a dress!! There is no way I could spend that!

Good luck on the perfect husband search! ;)

wendy said...

These shows don't make it onto my DVR, either, but when I'm surfing and come across a marathon, I'm hooked. It's all probably fake, but who cares?

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