So, I went to court today.
If you want to know what happened email me and I will let you know.
I am not going to stop telling you how it feels to be me.
Arrived in NYC two nights ago.
Fashion week! Fashion’s Night Out tonight.
Yesterday, I had dinner with Dan at Prune. We had been to the Patagonia party at the Bowery Hotel and then ended up with new friends at Rogan. Met Greg Long.
I had a great time even though my foot aches like hell! Met Alex on the street. He said, “Are you crying?” I wasn’t crying…but I was distressed and there were huge rain drops on my cheeks that looked like tears. I was thinking about the following day. I just kept thinking how I had no desire to look at that man ever again and I knew that I had to.
Alex and I walked back up The Bowery to the Bowery Hotel, ended up at B Bar for new French label Surface to Air party. Super cool.
I love the rain. I love the streets. If my foot wasn’t so painful I would have walked home in the rain.
Breakfast today with Jenny A and Robby at the Mercer. That woman is a dream…such a dream.
You know that I got sober because of Jenny. 15 years at the end of this month. After breakfast we went to an AA meeting and I felt the love. Thank God for AA!
Spent afternoon with the most beautiful Russian at the totally revamped, gorgeous private club.
I love being here.
Jenny sat at the back of the court and was dumbfounded at the ego in the room…mine included.
She said, “Did you see that man’s suit? Even his wedding ring is cheap.”
I am here all month.
I want to tell you that it is hard work hating someone, anyone. It was hard hating my step-father. He was a bad man. He deserved what he got.
5 replies on “Family Court”
yes I for one would like to know, hope things went your way amd all is well.
OMG! After all these months of sitting on the edge of my seat, SPILL THE BEANS! What happened? And, some more servings of your delicious descriptions of the parents, please, sir. (Unless, of course, you are no longer free to “share” because of some court decision). Oh to be by the Soho pool with the AArnold Palmer. Regards
I’m sorry you had to go through seeing him, it must have been painful.
I’m sorry about court but it’s always good to have you in New York. Someday I would love to just bump into you and say hello. I would like to know what happened but I don’t know your email.
Although I don’t have your email, I have been reading your blog for a while now, and would love to know what happened! I’m glad that ordeal is over for you.