Jerome's Confident His Cousins Will Work Through Their Differences
Where do you draw the line? This episode was nothing short of emotional! Tia has been running around nonstop in Utah working on her movie and attempting to be a full-time ACTIVE mom. My heart goes out to Tia for having to deal with the sadness of missing momentous moments in Cree's development. When Tia finally did see Cree crawl, it brought such joy to her heart. Her love for him is amazing!
On the other side of the world, the oh-so-ambitious Tamera is grinding through pilot season! Script after script, her life is studying lines. One of the funniest moments was when Andrea flat out told her that she needed to "get a life." Looks like I'm rubbing off on Andrea! LOL
As Tia's cousin, I know how refreshing it was for her to work alongside Tori Spelling, a fellow working actress-mom who "gets it."
Now for the "passionate conversation" Tia and Tamera had...I totally understood both girl's point of view and I actually think they understood each other, but they failed to pause long enough to actually listen. I understand Tia's drive because she knows the nature of the business may cause her to go through seasons (years) of no work. On the other hand, I understand what Tamera was attempting to express as well. Because of her love for Tia, she wanted her to LIVE every wonderful moment with Cree because time waits for no one. I'm confident that they will continue to work through the miscommunication and find that silver lining.
Adam did a great job helping Tamera recharge with the baseball pitcher analogy—even if it did direct her to wine. As I told you before, Tam enjoys a good glass of the vino. (Way to take a break, Tamera!)
In the end, Wonder Woman and the Princess survive their trials and as usual and come out VICTORIOUS!
OK, Champions, remember: "No balance, no peace."
Until next week...
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