Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Can men wear Pandora charm bracelets?

I am a very happy man as I type this as today is Christmas day and I have just finished opening my gifts. Santa must have read my mind this year as I got exactly what I wanted! I won't show you what I got quite yet - I want to finish this story first :)

My mother in law has always been a fan of charm bracelets. I must admit that ever since I saw her Pandora one I fell in love with the endless design possibilities and the hundreds of charms one can buy to make each jewellery piece unique and timeless.

At first I (like the rest of you I'm sure) assumed that only women could wear charm bracelets. I have been known to push the boundaries when it comes to wearing things that are sometimes labelled as "females only". This was the case when I bought my first bomber jacket with faux fur on the hoodie - at the time only girls were wearing this - fast forward three years and you now see men wearing them everywhere.

Another good example is my previous obsession with UGG boots. The trend has certainly caught on amongst male celebrities and UGGs has even released a recent product line specifically targeted towards men as shown here. I must admit that even though I did end up purchasing a pair I haven't worn them as much as I would like and it certainly hasn't been because they are mostly worn by girls, it has been due to the non-stop rain we get year-around in Vancouver - UGGhhhhh :-(

So am I saying that in three years from now you will see men all over the world wearing Pandora charm bracelets? Probably not. However, there are lots of men out there who enjoy wearing and customizing their own jewellery pieces. Pandora doesn't seem to know this though as they continue to target their marketing campaigns and email newsletters specifically to women and those who may buy gifts for them. As you probably know by now I like to speak my mind so I decided to send them an e-mail to express my concerns:

I did get a response from one of their customer service specialists but I'm still not sure if they get the full picture or not... What do you think after reading it?

Enough angry ranting from me though... let's get back to the fun stuff - learning about the different kinds of bracelets and the best way to design your own "mandora". Pandora's website is very user friendly and it serves as a great online catalogue for you to be able to choose charms and bracelets. If you join their Pandora Club you can also gain access to my favourite part of their website: the bracelet designer. The designer is a flash-based tool that lets you customize your bracelet and charms without having to go to a store in person. I would recommend playing with the designer before going to an actual store anyway as looking at all the charms and options in person can become quite overwhelming.

Bracelet Designer

The first decision you'll have to make is whether you'd like to have an all silver, gold, or oxidized silver bracelet. I decided to purchase the oxidized one for mine as it looks a bit more masculine and modern due to the darker tones. I bought the regular silver bracelet for my husband as it matches the other white gold jewellery he wears on a regular basis. You can't go wrong with any of the bracelet options - they are all gorgeous. Keep in mind that Pandora now offers leather bracelets as well. Here are some photos of the silver and oxidized silver options.

Silver Bracelet
Oxidized Bracelet

For our bracelets we decided to incorporate some neutral tones and add some colour splashing through the murano glass charms. It is also a good idea to add a "centerpiece" to your design to make it even more striking. Our bracelets are quite symmetrical but you can make yours asymmetrical if it better suits your personal style or the style of the person you are shopping for.

As promised earlier here's a picture of my actual bracelet:

Another great way to find inspiration for your designs is to use Instagram. As explained in my previous article, Instagram is a great tool to discover images from people who share similar interests and Pandora is no exception!~ If you use the hashtag #mandora you will find lots of men-friendly designs :)

Now that I've shared my new obsession with you feel free to ask me questions about Pandora bracelets or any other fashion ideas you may have... Happy shopping!

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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

The 10 Commandments For Instagram Success

Photography is a great communication tool that enables us to say a lot without necessarily "saying" anything. For as long as I can remember I have enjoyed capturing moments through the lens of a camera. I always had mine with me while growing up and my mom can attest to the huge bills she paid to develop my films. I am a fan of beauty and art in all forms but for some reason photography holds a very dear place in my heart.

There are only few things I enjoy more than looking through an old album of photos. The memories are so vivid that one is immediately transported back into that exact moment. What I also like about looking at photographs is that they emit a feeling and that such feeling is captured by the person who took the picture but interpreted by whoever looks at it. With the onset of mobile technology my love for photography has only increased as now it is easier than ever to be able to express one's views with the aid of a camera.

I still remember the time when I first heard about Instagram. It seemed to be just another ordinary iPhone photo manipulation app that offered filters to enhance mobile photos. Boy, was I wrong! Since then Instagram has become one of the leading social networks in the world and as such it has established a language of its own. Instagramers are usually people who love photography and visual arts and who until now didn't necessarily have a forum to share their "masterpieces" with the rest of the world as the majority of them are not professional photographers. In other words, Instagram allows anyone who has a passion for photography to instantly share their captures with other who may have similar interests.

Much like Twitter, Instagram categorizes content via hashtags. Hashtags are words that have a # sign proceeding them and that act as filters to sort through the vast content available online. An example of this would be the hashtag #instamood to categorize a picture displaying one's current mood or emotional status. In this post I will share with you some of the tips/tools that have helped me to build an engaged online community on Instagram and hashtags have definitely played a big role in achieving that.

I am by no means an Instagram celebrity or claim to know all about it. I'm just a normal guy who loves social media and who likes sharing beautiful pictures and finding/commenting on the pictures taken by others. So with that out of the way let's get right to the tips:
  1. Post original content - one of my biggest pet peeves is when someone goes online to Google a picture of the boy band they like or the artist they admire and then they go to Instagram and post that exact same picture without changing it or making it their own. This to me denotes plain laziness and as such I see it as a reason to unfollow someone. Please note that once in a while you will find something on the street or online that you'd like to share - if this is the case apply some filters or use one of the many photo manipulation apps out there to make it unique. Sharing others' content is ok as long as you give credit where it's due and you don't overdue it. There's nothing worse than an Instagram profile showing only pictures that can be found online. 

  2. Focus your pictures - when looking at Instagram profiles you will notice that some people tend to upload photos even when they are extremely blurry or out of focus. Since Instagram is a photography social network I would encourage you to only upload content that is high quality. 

  3. Do not overpost - every picture you post represents who you are to the Instagram community. Posting a picture every two hours simply to gain followers will probably only do the opposite. There is no exact science for how many pictures you should upload in a day. Follow your instincts. If it captures a feeling or emotion you'd like to share (i.e., it serves a purpose) and the picture is of good quality - go ahead an share it. The point here is that you probably shouldn't have as many pictures in your Instagram profile as you do in your camera roll. 

  4. Don't ask for people to follow you - asking for others to follow you just gives them one impression: desperation. Others will choose to follow you because they like your pictures and/or comments. Blatantly asking for followers takes away from your credibility as a photographer. 

  5. Change it up - Instagram provides some great tools to enhance the pictures we take with our mobiles phones or cameras. However, there are hundred of other applications out there that provide effects to produce a truly outstanding picture to be shared. Here are some examples. Rather than sharing multiple pictures of the same event one can combine them into a single shot with the use of an application known as Diptic. If you enjoy sharing quotes on Instagram you could download Tweegram - an app created specifically to display words in an artistic manner. Another one of my favourites is Camera+ - a photo enhancement app that will allow you to use an even larger number of filters, crop photos, and add custom frames/borders. 

  6. Find your niche - do you happen to collect miniature polar bears? do you bake cupcakes? Make sure your Instagram gallery displays your passions. If you use hashtags appropriately users with similar interests will like your pictures and comment on them. The more specific the niche - the higher the chances of capturing an engaged audience. Some of my niches include: Hello Kitty, Vinyl Toys, Kawaii (cute in Japanese) and Gay.  

  7. Have fun - yes, I'm making Instagram sound like a science but at the end of the day you should have fun taking pictures of things you love and sharing them with those around you. Don't be scared to experiment and to get inspired by what others are posting. If you enjoy what you are posting and truly believe in it chances are others will too. 

  8. #Tag #Tag #Tag - Instagram allows you to tag each of your photos with 30 hashtags. A great way to come up with relevant tags is to download an application called TagsForLikes. This app gives you relevant hashtags based on different categories such as: food, guys, girls, nature, animals, etc. One you upload a picture tag your photo by copying/pasting the tags from TagsForLikes onto your picture's comments section. You will be amazed at how many more followers you'll get by simply hashtagging. Also, it wasn't until recently that I realized that even though Instagram only allows you to use 30 tags at a time it doesn't care if you use 30 tags, delete them, and then retag again. This is particularly useful for photos that pertain to many different categories. Once you have gotten all the likes from the first set of tags simply delete them, find new ones, and retag. 

  9. Be engaged - Instagram is not only a platform to share visual content, it is also a great way to meet others who share similar interests. Use the explore button to find pictures tagged under a category you enjoy and like them. If something truly catches your eye then let that user know. The more you like and comment on the pictures of others the more they will reciprocate. IF you have the time try to like approximately 100 photos a day. This will grow your followers immensely. 

  10. Follow others and let others follow you - the biggest mistake someone can make when opening an Instagram account is to set their profile to private. Don't get me wrong, if your goal is to only share your pictures with your immediate friends and family then by all means make them private. If however your goal is to engage others and to grow your audience, making a private profile will only push others away. By the same token, following others will only get you more followers. There is a method I discovered on YouTube that I wouldn't necessarily recommend but I'll share it anyways. What you need to do is open the explore tab on Instagram and then search for accounts that include the words "shoutout" - once you find an account that actively promotes other Instagram users you would then go through its followers and start randomly following those people. After two days or so you can then unfollow those who you just followed. Your follower count will grow almost immediately. The reason I don't recomment doing this is because of two reasons: time consumption and misleading others. 

If you have any other tips for fellow Instagramers please share them in the comments below. I hope you found this article useful. If you'd like to follow me on Instagram you may find my gallery by clicking here or on the widget below.

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Saturday, September 22, 2012

My Case For Your Follow - Twitter Contest

As most of you know by now I am a complete gadget addict and as such I have already upgraded my iPhone 4 to the new iPhone 5.

I sold most of my protective cases already but I held on to my most special one to give to those who enter my contest on Twitter.

Simply follow me (@angelfclemente) and retweet the following to your followers:

Good luck to all of you and thanks for continuing to support me and my blog!




UPDATE - Congrats to the winner!!~

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Saturday, August 18, 2012

Download Worthy Musical Discoveries

There are very few things in this life that I enjoy more than listening to music on a sunny Saturday morning (like today). Music has been a crucial part of my life for as long as I can remember. When I look back at my life it's almost like listening to a movie's soundtrack - memories blended with their musical counterparts. Every era defined by my ever-changing musical palate...

Even though I grew up in Mexico I have always had an inherent attraction to music in Portuguese. In my opinion, Bossa Nova is the sexiest music known to man. I love Brazil in general and for that reason when I heard that they would be performing at Vancouver's Celebration of Light this year I knew I had to be there to experience it live. I must say I was not disappointed. Bossa Nova and Samba rocked the airwaves that night as the sky was filled with amazing fireworks - a truly unique experience! That same night I heard a version of "Mas Que Nada" I was not familiar with. At first I thought it was a remix of the song made popular by Sergio Mendes but soon after I recognized Fergie's voice and a sample of The Black Eyed Peas' song "Hey Mama" and I knew they were involved in the mix. I didn't have time to search for the song online until today and that's when I learned that in 2006 Mendes re-recorded the song with The Black Eyed Peas and included additional vocals by Mendes' wife Gracinha Leporace.

This new version of "Mas Que Nada" is included in Mendes' most recent album Timeless. The first of today's download worthy recommendations. Timeless is a collaborative album produced by Will.I.Am that combines various musical styles such as: neo soul, bossa nova, samba, hip hop, and reggaeton. If you love traditional music in Portuguese you will not be disappointed.

A few months ago I attended a birthday party at Sanafir (highly recommended - 50% entire food menu on Tuesdays) and I kept being drawn away from my conversations by the music playing on the background. It wasn't until I looked more carefully that I realized the amazing music that was playing was a combination of live drums and a DJ - that's when I first met Farshad Edalat, lead vocalist of local Vancouver band Dirty Radio. The mixture of the drumming and the electronic beats was so intoxicating that my friend and I ended up leaving our table and dancing for a good thirty minutes or so right in front of the DJ booth. I spoke to Farshad that night and I told him I knew he would become famous (he was just starting out back then) and my prophecy definitely came true. I can spot talent a mile away and he definitely has it! Dirty Radio is offering their latest mixtape "Cassette" as a free download - trust me - you don't want to miss out on this one. Get yours here.

Today's final download worthy recommendation is very dear to my heart. As outlined in my previous blog postGusGus has been a musical inspiration of mine for many years now. Their music is in my opinion a strong foundation for the highly popular electro movement. The blend of soothing vocals and unique Icelandic beats will take your ears on a mind-boggling journey. I would highly recommend downloading their entire discography but their latest album "Arabian Horse" would be a good start.
Wishing you a life filled with music...

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Monday, May 21, 2012

Las Vegas - No Longer A Virgin...

For as long as I can remember I had always wanted to visit Las Vegas. As most teenagers I promised myself that as soon as I'd turn 21 I would head over there and party the night away. For one reason or another 21 came and went and I never made it there... that is until this year!

With so many different hotel options it can be a little overwhelming to choose where to stay in Las Vegas. We knew we wanted something right on the strip that would allow us to explore without the need for transportation. Our main hotel choices were the Vdara, the Aria, the Palazzo, and the Cosmopolitan. After much debating and a thorough evaluation of the TripAdvisor reviews we decided to go with the Cosmo.

The Cosmopolitan - Exterior
Car Entrance
We flew from Bellingham via Allegiant Air and we arrived to Vegas at around 10am and ended up getting to our hotel close to 11am. The Cosmopolitan is stunning from both the outside and the inside. Its location on the strip is enviable as it has the Bellagio Fountains on one side, the Paris and Planet Hollywood in front of it, and the super luxurious Crystals mall on the other side.

Louis Vuitton inside of the Crystals Mall
The lobby at the Cosmopolitan is very high tech in comparison to the rest of the hotel lobbys in Vegas. As soon as you enter the hotel's main floor you'll be greeted by glass columns that have screens inside of them that display ever-changing art sets. The different art sets completely alter the mood of the lobby - amongst some of the displays we saw were flowers, books, fish, lines, and my favourite of them all, naked models inside of columns full of steam (shown below and in more detail on this blog). If you enjoy art and a contemporary hotel feel you won't be disappointed staying at the Cosmo.

The Lobby at The Cosmopolitan
One word of advice when it comes to the check-in process - the line ups can be extremely long at around 11am (the time we got there) as people are checking in and out at around the same time and even though the hotel offers express checkout many of the guests are reluctant to use it. If your flight arrives at around 10am like ours did, you'd be better to go out for breakfast or lunch first and then register at the hotel afterwards. In terms of our room, we originally got a Terrace Studio but when we got there we were asked if we wanted to upgrade to a Terrace Studio with Fountain Views for approximately $30 more per night. Since this was our first time in Las Vegas we decided to go for the upgrade and I am very glad we did. The views on our studio suite were out of this world - we could literally sit in our balcony and watch the Bellagio Fountains show.

The view from our Terrace Studio
My hubby and I made the following video to showcase the suite in a bit more detail. Hope you enjoy it:

Another great aspect of The Cosmopolitan is the fact that it has three different pools, all with different moods and landscaping. My favourite pool was the one at The Marquee. The Marquee is a very exclusive day club and night club in Las Vegas - the entry cover fee is usually $40 per day but Cosmopolitan guests get in for free by showing their room key and ID - a huge perk! The Marquee has high energy DJ music playing on the background, a nice pool in the middle and some VIP cabanas along the edges of the club which come equipped with a private mini pool. If you go to the day club make sure to order a Surfside - it has some delicious tropical flavours that will keep you coming back for more!

The Marquee Day Club
If you happen to be a Foursquare user you may actually benefit from checking-in at the Cosmo. First of all follow The Cosmopolitan on Foursquare and then check-in at three different categories of venues at the resort to unlock a special Cosmopolitan badge which will get you VIP entry access to Wicked Spoon - their world renown buffet.

Having never been to Vegas before we were a little unsure as to what shows to watch and how to get a good deal on the tickets for them. Luckily enough one of my co-workers had mentioned to me that some kiosks along the strip sell discounted tickets for shows playing the same night. Sure enough we found a Tix4Tonight booth across the street from our hotel. We did end up getting a pretty good deal on the tickets and we also got some discounts on dinner options. In terms of the shows, we decided to watch Le Reve and The Phantom Of The Opera. You will not be disappointed with either of these shows but my personal favourite was Le Reve - a show in which dancers and acrobats come in and out of a huge water pool in the middle of the stage. 

In terms of shopping I would highly recommend making a trip to both The Fashion Show Mall and The Premium Outlets - they both have tons of quality stores and you can find great deals literally everywhere. In terms of dining my favourite restaurant was Taqueria Cañonita - featuring contemporary mexican fusion cuisine with views of the Venetian water canals. 

For those of who are still debating whether or not to make a trip to Las Vegas, I would highly recommend it if you are into any of the following: clubbing, gambling, dining, lounging by the pool, walking, exploring, and yes... even relaxing. As you can see, Las Vegas has something for everyone to enjoy whether it'd be unparalleled luxury or a free walk along the strip at night. All I can say now is that I'm counting the days until I can go back! Thanks for reading and VIVA LAS VEGAS!

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Saturday, May 12, 2012

The Secret Circle: A Tribute Filled With Hope

Ever since I can remember I have been interested in witchcraft shows and movies. I love the mystery, the spells, the magic, the supernatural romance and the drama. Mexican culture is full of rituals that incorporate either white or dark magic. We have entire markets in Mexico City dedicated to selling ingredients to cast spells. I certainly grew up with witchcraft around me.

My favourite movie of all times is The Craft - I recall watching it as a teenager multiple times and loving every minute of it. As much as I loved that movie I never really thought that something else could come along that would be able to trump it. Then came The Secret Circle - a TV show based upon the book series by L.J. Smith (The Vampire Diaries).

The series depicts the life of six witch teenagers who unite their forces by creating a "circle" of power and energy that binds them to one another forever. Drama quickly begins when Cassie (the main character) discovers not only that she is a witch and part of a secret coven, but that she is the key which will unlock a centuries-old battle of good versus evil. You won't find spoilers here as I don't want to ruin it for you if you decide to watch the show.

For those of you who are fellow fans of both The Craft and The Secret Circle (TSC) did you ever notice the incredible character similarity between Faye Chamberlain and Nancy Downs?

It's almost as if Faye is Nancy's little sister. Their facial expressions, wickedness, and personalities are a joy to watch on both instances. I am still almost certain that Faye's character on the TV show version of TSC was modelled after Nancy's as The Craft was even mentioned during one of the first TSC episodes.

The characters of the show are very relatable and well developed and upcoming stars like Phoebe Tonkin have gained a lot of media attention due to her participation in the series. Unfortunately, the reason I have titled this post as a tribute is because of the very unfortunate news the CW announced on May 11, 2012. The Secret Circle has not been renewed for a second season due to "low ratings". Even though the ratings may have been lower than when the show first started (not sure how Hart of Dixie could have higher ratings and get renewed!), TSC had strong fan followings, several fansites, and podcasts.

The cancellation news have sparked a worldwide trend on Twitter with the hashtags #bringbackthesecretcircle and #savethecircle. An online petition has also been started by a fan asking the CW to reconsider their decision - other TV networks have also been encouraged to pick up the show where it left off. Here are some tweets that display the anger and frustration TSC fans are experiencing:

At this point all we can do is wait for either The CW/NETFLIX or another network to #savethecircle and to continue to sign any online petitions.

As my favourite TV show of all times I must definitely say that I'll miss watching it on a regular basis. It's very unfortunate that a series with such a great plot and strong characters had to end before being able to fully develop.

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Saturday, April 28, 2012

A Guy's Love For Dolls

I'll be the first to admit that having grown up in Mexico City - a very Catholic and "machista" city - I never really felt comfortable playing with dolls as a kid. If I would have been caught playing with dolls at school or at a party I would have likely become a victim of social ridicule and bullying.

Guys are supposed to like plastic cars, toy soldiers, monster trucks, cowboys and guns. I was always a little bit different than other boys I grew up with. I liked My Little Ponies, Care Bears, She-Ra, and yes... Barbie dolls. While I never actually openly played with dolls, I managed to steal one from one of my cousins during a sleepover weekend. It felt so wrong and yet so right. I was excited to get home to play with it. I remember hiding it underneath the washroom vanity and locking myself up to bring it out.

Looking back now, I don't really know what I was so ashamed of. Society and cultural gender roles can have a big impact on the way we behave as both kids and adults but at the end of the day someone along the way decided what is considered appropriate and what isn't and it certainly wasn't me! Saying that a boy should not play with dolls is something society decided upon to reinforce the expectation of toughness and machismo men are expected to grow into and it all certainly seems quite arbitrary to me.

I am an openly gay man now and as such I truly value being able to be in tune with my emotions and to have the ability to express my feelings and views in a way many heterosexual men simply cannot. I guess I'm more connected to my feminine side but I definitely still feel that I am a masculine man. I don't know if dolls had anything to do with me developing these attributes or not but what I do know is that learning to care for care bears, dolls, and other cute toys definitely helped to develop the caring and nurturing nature in me.

But enough about me... I wanted to write this blog post to openly share my love for dolls with others for the first time.. My little cousin (who I adore) asked my mom to buy her a doll for her birthday. I happened to go to my mom's house the following week and that's when I first was exposed to Monster High.
Monster High Dolls
Monster High dolls are based on a cartoon series depicting the lives of the offspring of famous monsters such as Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, Medusa, The Phantom Of The Opera, zombies, ghosts, and the abominable snowman. As the intro song to the TV show states these characters are "freaky-chic and fly" and combined they are simply unstoppable. Having watched a few episodes of the series (you can find the pilot below) made me quickly fall in love with the characters behind these dolls even more. You can watch the rest of the series online on the official YouTube channel here.

Now that I am an adult I was able to buy my first ever doll publicly with no shame to worry about. It may sound simple but I must say it was quite a liberating experience for me as it helped me to realize how many of my fears I have conquered through the years and how much more I love myself for who I am.

Once I got home I unpacked the dolls I bought and decided to take a few fashion shots of them with my iPhone. I am quite happy with the way they turned out. Here they are, hope you enjoy them!

Another set of dolls I have been obsessed with for a while are Blythe. These are fashion dolls with over sized heads and large eyes that change colour with the pull of a string. They are produced by Japanese toy company Takara and they have sparked a very large network of hobbyists who customize the dolls for resale and create clothing and shoes for them. You can check some of my favourite pictures of Blythe dolls on my Pinterest. I have yet to buy one of these!

Blythe Doll
I hope you enjoyed learning a little bit more about me and my love for dolls. Feel free to leave a comment below. Thanks for stopping by!~

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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

The Real Housewives Of Vancouver - First Impressions

Ok fellow Real Housewives' fans... Let's dish it out shall we?

First of all I'd like to say that I feel extremely privileged to live in such a beautiful and diverse city as Vancouver – it certainly looks great on screen and I’m proud to say that I have been to almost all of the spots the housewives went to on the first two episodes – like most foodies I love exploring the city’s hot spots and trendy shops.

In terms of the ladies, here are my first impressions:

JodyWOW – this woman gives the concept of verbal abuse a whole new meaning. I thought I liked her when she started talking to people at the market in their native language but I quickly changed my mind when she took out her claws and attacked Mary and Christina for no apparent reason.  She seems sweet at first but trust me she is full of nasty! Also, what's up with the gigantic earrings and jewelry?

Reiko – My favourite Vancouver housewife by far! She knows how to enjoy her money without making others feel inferior. She has a very expensive taste and she is not scared to flaunt it. I like the fact that she is not impressed by drama or cattiness and that she will defend others if she feels they are being attacked wrongfully. I totally want one of her three Ferraris. 

Christina – A gay boy’s dream BFF – I can totally see why her best friend is gay. She is fun, she is gorgeous, she has a kind heart, and she is actually quite vulnerable even through she may not necessarily show it. If I were throwing a party I’d definitely want her to attend.

Ronnie – I am a little confused when it comes to Ronnie. She definitely lives a lavish life and she’s got an amazing body but her friendship skills are a different story. She had no problem trash-talking her friends in front of others and she could not be bothered to defend poor Mary from Jody’s incessant attacks. I would not want Ronnie to be my friend and most certainly I would not want her to be my enemy. She’s one to watch for when it comes to drama this season I’m sure.

Mary – What a sweet woman. However, even sweetness can be bothersome at times. From what we’ve seen so far she’s definitely lacking a backbone. I would not go as far as Jody did by recommending that she goes to visit a therapist but she definitely needs to stand up for herself if she wants to survive in this group’s company.  I think Mary will surprise us by having the biggest transformation of the season. Has anyone heard her music before? I certainly haven't. 

I am very happy with the show and the cast. It will be lots of fun to watch and the drama seems to only get better from here. I have loved pretty much all of the prior editions of The Real Housewives and I must say that Vancouver does not look like it will disappoint. As Jody very well said: “Let The Games Begin” - It's on! What did you think?

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