'Big Brother 13's' Porsche's HOH blog: 'I'm so sorry I opened Pandoras Box!!!!!!'

porscheadam_1.jpg Porsche won the first Head of Household after the live double eviction last week on "Big Brother 13." She writes in her HOH blog about how sorry she is she opened Pandora's Box, which brought the duo twist back.

Porsche blogs:

You haven't experienced big brother until you live a fast forward. The rush you get from this is like no other in the house.  Of course I tried to help Dani when she thought there was no hope. I was sad to see either of my girls go but I was actually happy that we all got to share the have not room experience before being split up. Moving on to Kalia winning the first fast forward HOH.. it was amazing :) and me winning the Power of Veto and It being my first win of the season was better then words. I'm glad I got to compete with some of the best players in the house and finally beat them. I hope you all understand that's why I couldn't save Jeff. He's a great guy and I hope we'll be friends after the show. However, in here he ran a tight ship that I wasn't on.

The second HOH of the fast forward is why i'm here writing this!!! I can't believe I Won my first HOH.. ok yes I can ;) and maybe it would've been sooner if I got to play the first half of the game LOL!!!! Sorry to everyone that thought I was boring up until 3 weeks ago and my family and friends who knew I wasn't being myself. This house is very hard to deal with... and I knew it would be ;) ;) I can never thank the people who helped get me here enough and I hope i'm making you guys proud.

Now some truth.. I'm so sorry I opened the Pandoras Box!!!!!! Things were perfect numbers wise. I guess I was hoping to share the money with someone in jury and get myself a couple votes in the end.. but if I had to pick anyone to be safe this week and get the money it was Kalia. I'm really happy to be playing with her.. I just hope she don't flip on me (that's this crazy house talking).


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