For people that can’t get enough of reading about other people’s personal lives, the new issue of People magazine should be right up your alley. It’s not enough that people like to watch Tiger Woods hit a golf ball, they have to know his ex-wife Elin’s innermost personal thoughts.
Elin Nordegren finally broke her silence since the Thanksgiving Day car crash and made a bunch of statements that are pretty much consistent with what you would think a divorcee would have to say after 24 hookers went public with their sexual relations with her husband.
“I have been through the stages of disbelief and shock, to anger and ultimately grief over the loss of the family I so badly wanted for my children,” Nordegren said.
The 30-year old mother of two goes on about how hurt she is and how she just wants to get through and blah blah.
“My immediate plan is for the kids and me to continue to adjust to our new situation. I am going to keep taking classes, but my main focus is to try to give myself time to heal,” she says.
The one thing everyone wanted to know, she wouldn’t talk about: How much money did you get out of this? She said something about the money not fixing her family, and she’s probably right. But I’d rather have a busted family and be loaded, than a busted family and broke. That would really suck. And as far as being poor with a broken family and a terminal illness? Well, we don’t even want to go there.
You can get more of her comments in the new People magazine, which hits shelves on Friday.