It must be so infuriating for Luann to post all of these great photos of her new adventures with Tom, only to have people who have no idea about their relationship leaving nasty comments. It’s clear as day they are together all the time, and constantly traveling and spending a lot of time on Tom’s boats when they are in New York. Whether or not Tom sucked face with a playboy bunny two days before the engagement party, they’ve clearly moved past whatever dirt Bethenny dug up on Tom. Luann is clearly happier than she’s been in years. Why do so many people have to be so critical of their relationship. They look happy in the Hamptons over the weekend. They looked happy all over the world in the last month. They seem happy to me, and yet this seems to make a lot of people miserable.
Let’s take a look at her most recent blog.
LU: It’s one thing to rock the boat and another to sink the ship.
Actually, rocking the boat is bad enough. Why not just be happy for Lu?
LU: I had a lot of fun with the girls even though Ramona and Sonja wouldn’t stop obsessing about Tom. I felt bad that I lost my temper with Ramona, but I’d had enough of her making a couple of dates with Tom into something it wasn’t.
Ramona: People seem to be missing the point! It is so clear that Tom has not been truthful. I have been saying this for weeks.
Why on earth are you so hellbent on insisting that you went out four or five times rather than two? You claim you did not sleep with him. Clearly, it was just a couple of dates, or perhaps a handful. What difference does it make? Even you agree there was no relationship there. Why can’t you shut up about it?
Ramona: Why would I or even Sonja say we were dating him/or being a friend with some benefits? Women don’t lie about these things! I especially have no reason to.
Women lie about these things all the time! How many times have we heard Sonja talk about partying with “John John” on her yacht in an attempt to make it seem like they were good friends? She also tried to make us believe that Madonna came to her fashion show. Both of you attempt to insert yourself into any storyline you can. This is no exception.
Ramona: You can clearly see in the flashback from 10 years ago what a flirt he was — and still is.
He wasn’t flirting with you. In fact he said you looked lazy. You were sure flirting with him though and you were married at the time. Last time I checked, single men flirting with women in a bar is pretty much their whole reason for going out.
Ramona: You can see in last night’s episode that, although he might have seemed awkward when seeing me, that’s because the guilt of his untruthfulness is shining through. When he talked to Sonja he was especially uncomfortable! Did you see his response when she asked him to find a guy for her after he got married. He looked like a deer in headlights, because he has gotten caught in all of his own BS, that he can’t even get out of it.
Actually, I didn’t see any of those things. I saw him telling you he only went out with you twice. I don’t know much about him, but I do know some things about you. Like your desire to make everything about you.
Ramona: As he became more comfortable, just watch his body language. That speaks thousands of words. At this point this is Luann’s problem, responsibility or whatever she may call it. She is an adult, yes, and she can make her own choices. All I or anyone else wanted to do was express our concerns. For some reason she is resisting hearing anything that went on prior to BL even if it overlapped with her time with Tom. So no matter what, how or how many times, she turns a deaf ear.
She’s heard you a thousand times. When are you going to accept the adult choice that she has made and shutup?
Ramona: None of this is about me! I don’t want to see her in pain or hurt by the type of guy Tom is. But I am not sure that at 50 years old, never been married and has been around the block more than once , why on earth is Tom going to be any different now that he has put a ring on her finger?
Perhaps because he is in love and wants to be in a marriage now?
Lu: As for Sonja, I understand that in the past she enjoyed Tom’s company and their friendship, and I want them to still be friends…just different kinds of friends!
That is kinder than I would be. I wouldn’t want them to be friends at all. She clearly wants to sabotage your relationship.
Lu: Sonja’s rude comments about my party guests shows that while she’s cordial on the outside, on the inside she’s angry with me for taking Tom off the market. I invited an eclectic group of friends: gay, straight, socialites and silver foxes, and everyone had a great time, even Sonja who had fun chatting up a bachelor friend of mine. I loved watching Ramona dance to her own drummer and Jules working the bar like a pro! Tom enjoyed the night as well, and he was blissfully unaware that Ramona and Sonja were still focusing on him. That’s why I love him! His comment to Ramona about smelling like a grapefruit was innocent, and he was trying to be nice. I can assure you, the only gazing Tom did across the room that night was at me!
Sonja did not blog this week.
Lu: We left Palm Beach after breakfast and headed down to Miami for the rest of the weekend. As usual, there was room drama but I was more interested in having a bite to eat and relaxing. When I arrived, I went to see how Bethenny was feeling and our conversation was very weird. Why would she ask if Tom and I are monogamous? We are engaged to be married! I felt like Bethenny was being very coy with me, not mean, not argumentative, but coy and it unsettled me. We’ve all had situations where we had to decide whether or not to tell a friend about something we’ve heard, and every situation is different. I’m still unsure if Bethenny’s heart is in the right place.
I’m not convinced she has a heart at all.
I feel the same about Andy. He is completely gleeful about the upcoming final episodes. He cannot stop talking about them on WWHL. How is destroying an engagement the best storyline ever?