It has been about 7 months since the passing of Lois Rinna. One of Bravo’s supreme House-Mothers. Lois was loved by her family and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills viewers alike. Say what you will about Lisa Rinna and her antics on the reality screen, I think we can all agree her relationship with Lois was a thing of beauty.
Lois passed following a stroke at the amazing age of 93. After her death, Lisa seemed mainly focused on the incredible and long life Lois was able to live and share with the world. A positive take on a difficult transition period. In a possible effort to keep living her own life to the fullest, Rinna has not passed go when it comes to stirring up drama and keeping her seat on RHOBH.
Since Lois’ passing Lisa has sparred with Kathy Hilton, complete strangers on the internet, and Garcelle Beauvais, to name a few. The list goes on, and on, and on,… But recently, Lisa has shared some newfound wisdom and self-reflection from her era of grief. She made a grid post on Instagram with a Pinterest-style motivational quote reading, “Grief never ends…but it changes. It’s a passage, not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness nor a lack of faith…It is the price of love.”
Lisa seemed contrite in her post. She captioned the word art and wrote, “I have had a really rough time of it I think you’ve seen how hard this has hit me. I’m sorry if I’ve raged on you, about you- it really has nothing to do with any of you.” Any guesses who she may be referring to?
Lisa continued, “I never thought I would feel this way. I really thought grief would be about sadness and pain but it’s so much more. I am really struggling, I just never thought it would feel like this but here it is. Losing my Mom has really hit me hard. Thank you for your patience with me I know it’s not easy to have warm fuzzies for me right now but I’ll get through this and hopefully come out the other side stronger and better. Thank you for your support and your love. I so so appreciate it.”
Dorinda Medley came forward to offer her compassion for Lisa during such a difficult time. She said, “Truly the price of loving hard, deeply and sincerely. It’s a journey has no real timeline and if people around you don’t understand that, then they don’t really understand loss or true love.”
TELL US – ANY GUESSES ABOUT WHO LISA MAY BE REFERRING TO IN HER POST? SHOULD HER APOLOGY BE MORE SPECIFIC?
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