Let's take it all in chronological order, because this is important. On the day before Christmas, Julia ran down just how lucky she felt to be surrounded by the two wonderful girls who, with her, make up the fake company Nonsociety—they "have become the sisters I always wanted."
My relationships with them have been the most precious gifts I have ever received, and I could not imagine my life without them....To watch something like this turn into reality? I can’t describe the joy I feel; it’s limitless.
friend sister Mary Rambin spent her Christmas vacation cruising around on a $476,000 per week rented yacht. And what did she do first thing in the new year? Ruin Julia's sense of zen, the bitch. And all Julia did was write some email about how stupid Mary's New Year resolution was:
From: Mary Rambin
Sent: Thursday, January 01, 2009 11:31 PM
To: Julia Allison
Don’t actively call for my resolutions when I already posted what mine
is along with the fact that I’m not blogging for another day.
Thanks for being a good blogger
huh? That was your resolution? Stop snapping at people?
I think I made it pretty clear I don’t like resolutions on any particular
wow. mary, you’re on the most beautiful, amazing vacation I’ve ever seen, and you still manage to be a cranky bitch. Truly impressive, my dear.
It makes me especially mad, because I just wrote you a really sweet Christmas card.
Happy New Years to you, too.
BFF! L.Y.L.A.S.! Is Julia going through a serious emotional roller coaster ride? Or is this just one more sign that perhaps it's not wise to write and publish every nonsensical thought that pops into one's head? Either way, I think the transparently vapid nature of these women's public dialogue is ample assurance we won't be hearing any more about them this year.