I started this blog thinking that only Dina had a new post up. But Amber snuck one in that was either late from last week or early for this one. I guess she might be trying to avoid the part where she is sitting on the curb crying. Anyway, there is a lot to catch up on. So much so that I just stop trying about halfway through and direct you straight to the crazy Amber blog in it’s entirety. Banjo’s hungry and we are out of dogfood.
Going to keep this week’s blog short and to the point. Amber, you are so off with last week’s blog; you play the victim so well, I’m surprised you don’t carry around your own body chalk. You can blame me all you want, if that’s what you need, take it. I totally get it, no one expects you to write a nasty blog about your own husband. It’s all about standards girl…and it seems to me I have heels higher than yours. It all seems so unimportant right now anyway.
My response is as follows. Ash Wednesday is NOT “a holy day of obligation,” it is a day of reflection. We look at who are and where we came from, hence “ashes to ashes.” Their critique of my observance demonstrates their lack of appreciation and knowledge of their own religion.
Amber deservedly got a lot of flack for filming inside a church on Ash Wednesday. Frankly, the whole church seemed empty so I don’t know if it is worse if it was staged or real. But either way, Amber doesn’t know the significance of Ash Wednesday? It’s the first day of Lent! A time of repentance for ones’ sins, fasting, and depriving oneself of luxuries as penance for ones’ sins. It is certainly a holy day in many faiths and Catholics in particular are obligated to begin a forty day period of sort of a super bonus round of being religious for 40 days. It’s not “lentil season,” It’s a religious season of penance. Amber thinks it is a day about her (of course) to look at who she is and where she came from??? Seriously? She goes on to report she is a scholar of many religions “even Kabbalism” which, for those playing at home is not a religion but a philosophical doctrine. She really is an idiot.
OMG Reading on, she says she had never seen autism before Jacqueline’s scenes. I can’t. OMG this is page after page about how everyone is mean for talking about Jim’s dick and how everyone should have hugged her because of her good health news. Dear God.
I think this is the part Dina is referring to :
Dina was trying to nail it on me. I am so hurt and angry at this, especially now seeing it all play back. Thank GOD my husband was there. Dina was sending the twins to come after me, AGAIN! What the hell is wrong in her heart?! I was there to celebrate the best news of my life, meanwhile Dina is planning a blood bath! I also want to know what her obsession is with calling my husband names, she does not know him. She never took time to get to know him. Dina knew nothing of what Bobby and twins had done that night (or the night of the first responder’s party), yet once again Dina jumped in calling him a vagina and a dick.
Back to Dina’s Blog:
I have no words for the outcome of the Giudice sentence. All I can say is if you’re doing anything other than sending this family some love right now, you need to really rethink that. No matter what your opinion, there are children and elderly parents involved. Please take a moment and just send them some positive energy and warm thoughts.