‘RHOC’ Shannon Beador Is Grateful She Avoided Glamis & The Dune Buggy Accident!

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On the latest Real Housewives of Orange County episode, Shannon Beador didn’t go to Glamis with the other ladies. And boy, is she glad she didn’t make the trek out to the desert.

“I feel a bit uncomfortable even blogging about this episode because it is not about me at all. I will briefly comment about the things going on in my life and a few things about the Glamis trip.”

A real deal finally came through on the house and now it’s crunch time.

“A lot has happened since my vow renewal and I literally feel like I am in a whirlwind! We received an offer on our home right as we were taking off on the plane to Cabo San Lucas and after much deliberation on the trip, we decided to accept the offer right before we left to come home.”

Shannon had a lot on her plate, so she didn’t hie off to the desert. And of course she didn’t want to be in close quarters with her former bestie, Vicki Gunvalson.

“I can be a procrastinator and I continually tried to reassure myself that somehow we could pack up a 13,500 square foot home, find somewhere else to live (with parameters that I now know seem a bit much!), and furnish it all within a two week period.”

Yet Shannon found time to spend with Miss Thirty-year-old, Meghan Edmonds.

“So how should we spend a weekend with such a deadline??? How about head to Palm Desert and spend the weekend with Meghan and Jim?? I know…we are avoiding!”

Shannon defends her decision not to go to Glamis.

Tamra is fully aware that I have bronchiectasis in both of my lungs. It is basically permanent damage to bronchial tubes that have resulted from at least 16 bouts of pneumonia. I cough 24/7 and can get lung infections with the snap of a finger. One of the stupidest things I could do would be to travel to a windy sand dune where I could inhale tiny particles of sand.”

Shannon swears it had nothing to do avoiding Vicki and Kelly Dodd. But she’s glad she gave it a skip.

“As it turns out, I was quite fortunate to have missed the Glamis trip. I can’t imagine going through everything the women did, and I commend them all for their strength.”

What do you make of Shannon’s excuse? Real or exaggerated? I mean, sixteen bouts of pneumonia? Really?


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