Well wasn's she a piece of work?
I wasn't really outraged because I felt all her rude comments were totally ludicris.
The simple family wasn't poor by any stretch of the imagination. A poor person is someone who cannot make ends meet- or has an extremely hard time doing so. These people were living a RICH RICH life. (And there is no shame in poverty, it's our conduct not our pocket books that really matter.)
The simple mom was 100% nicer, prettier and happier than the Jersey plastic surgery queen.
fluttered when I saw them quilting by headlamp. The memories those kids are going to have will sustain them for life. The rich lady's kids though- man she's damaging them.
When she made her son call the simple mom ugly it stopped my blood cold. That's just really shocking behavior. Same thing when she started yelling put downs in the thrift store. For those that are struggling her words are just so dehumanizing. I was very sad for anyone within earshot.
I loved the hambone, the hairy armpits and the willingness to strip things away to find true comfort. Now I don't want to share bath water (I did with my bro and sis when I was a kid), but truly that doesn't matter. They all looked perfectly clean and healthy.
I thought the cabin was magnificent, and I sure hope the simple dad knows what a beautiful job he did.
Shannon Nichole's house was um.....totally out of style (I mean if we're talking about being hip and with it) and trashy in decor.
I thought at the end when she told her husband she was going back for more plastic surgery and he said she didn't need it and she replied "See this is why I never tell you when I do it." said it all.
I'm afraid though in America going by sheer numbers that people lean more toward the Shannon Nichole life plan than the simple one.
I'd like to write the simple family a fan letter.