Sean Lowe’s Bachelor Blog: Tierra LiCausi Lacked Maturity, Social Skills
Sean Lowe's trip to St. Croix was an emotional roller coaster filled with lots of linen shirts, flip-flops, and feelings. So many feelings. Luckily, our presiding Bachelor is a poetic genius, and he's taken it to the interwebs to dish his thoughts about what went down in The Virgin Islands. Aside from his personal realization that sand is gross and should never be allowed, and that he is still, in fact, a virgin. Check out the highlights!
On AshLee Being Un-Fun: "Given her traumatic childhood, it's understandable why AshLee [Frazier] has control issues. But I think that was preventing her from really letting go and allowing herself to have fun. I really want a partner that I can laugh uncontrollably with and someone who can make even mundane tasks feel exciting. I hoped AshLee had that quality in her, or that I brought it out in her, and I was ready to find out."
On Giving the Rose to Lindsay: "We spent the day traveling and touring the island in a Jeep. At the end of the day, I really didn't know who I would give the rose to because they were all so deserving. But I decided to give it to Lindsay [Yenter] because she was so supportive, patient and encouraging throughout this entire journey."
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On Letting Lesley Go: "Our date was fun, but I needed more than fun. I desperately wanted to see her open up emotionally and allow me to see her true feelings, but that never happened. I was shocked to hear her say on TV that she loved me, and I was left confused as to why she didn't tell me that during our date. Had she told me, it could have changed everything.... When it came time to send someone home at the rose ceremony, I felt confident in my decision. As much as I enjoyed spending time with Lesley [Murphy], I knew I had to send her home because she never allowed herself to open up emotionally.
On Tierra Going Cray-Cray: "I found Tierra [LiCausi] crying on her bed with her head in her hands. I had already figured by this point that Tierra was not the woman I was going to marry, so when I saw how distraught she was, I knew I had to end it right then and there. I still believe Tierra has more good in her than people see, but I also recognize that she doesn't have the maturity or social skills necessary to make it on The Bachelor."