ONE of my most favorite assignments is to work with The Housewives of Orange County!
As four to five cameras follow us, I happily work on the feng shui of their homes and offices. It’s always fun to see how the producers of the show put it all together before it goes on the air a few months later.
Most recently, I was in Orange County working with my friend Shannon Beador. She had just moved into a new home and she needed to be assured that her beautiful new home was in good shape, Feng Shui wise.
I simply adore Shannon! We have many years of history going back to when her twins were babies. I liked her on contact. She is such a good soul. This is what she said about my very first time working with her. .
“When my twins were born, my husband and I had to move our 3 year old daughter into a new room. She screamed all night every night. We consulted doctor after doctor and finally Elaine was recommended to us. I was willing to give Feng Shui a try but my husband was skeptical. I called Elaine anyway and when she came to our home, and she saw my daughter’s room, she made some simple adjustments to the furniture and implemented what she called remedies. From that night on, my daughter slept soundly! I also followed her other suggestions and many wonderful things happened for our family. A year after meeting Elaine, my husband built his own office building. He quietly asked for Elaine to come and help him with any Feng Shui issues. She is such a wonderful person with a tremendous heart and we owe her so much!”
Newport Beach, CA
Shannon had just moved into her new home when I arrived, and even before I exited my car the cameras were filming my arrival! I had my window open to breathe some fresh air and just before I stopped my car, a quick look in my rear view mirror had my hair standing on end! OK, only time for a quick pat down and a hope for the best! No time for a bathroom break. Full steam ahead.
I also had fun with Vicki Gunvalson when I worked with her on the feng shui of her office. She had me in stitches with her sense of humor! The cameras were rolling. I had to get a grip and not lose my cool. Shannon was with us as the cameras followed all of us from room to room. All in all, it was a good day!