Move one step at a time
by Ashley Thompson
Carole is taking her mother to Pennsylvania to campaign for Hillary since PA is considered a swing state. She says it’s not because she married John Kennedy’s first cousin that she became political, she has always been this way. And she attributes her passion to stick up for others to her mother. She’s so into the political season that she decides to have a election night party for all of her friends, both Democrat and Republican. Based on the amount of women wearing white and pantsuits, you can tell Carole has a lot of politically like-minded friends. Throughout the night they become more and more shocked, eventually leaving the party venue earlier than the announcement was made.
Ramona is at the plastic surgeon’s office getting numbed up from brow to chin so that she can get her skin lasered. Her intention is to look her best for her birthday party. Hopefully her skin heals quickly before Dorinda’s surprise party because she looks a little intense. Dorinda even went as far as to make a decoy invitation to a faux party so that Ramona doesn’t ask too many questions. Unfortunately for Dorinda, the one of her 250 guests spills the beans. Way to go, Carole! To be fair, the woman isn’t in a good place after the election. Also not in Dorinda’s favor is the fact that she showed up extra late so Ramona decided to take a cab. To possibly the wrong place. At the wrong time. Poor Dorinda. It all works out in the end, so happy 60th to Ramona!
Sonja has two… lets say, lovers. One is younger, and is her jet setter (who she’s sleeping with). While the other is older and is considered marriage material so she is, indeed, not sleeping with him. But the older of the two has something in common with her, manners. Or what they call manners. Sonja basically has an issue with her house-mate, Tinsley Mortimer, not giving her a birthday card. So… since there’s a small amount of beef, let’s invite Tinsley to Ramona’s surprise party.
BUT WHO CARES?? BETHENNY DECIDED NOT TO COME!!! That’s all that matters, right?
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