Picture it! You click on Netflix and you turn on that Bob Ross collection they have on there now. So peaceful. You’re taking a little gander; you see a little side street. You’re like, “Let me go down there.” You come upon a little horse farm. Some little birds living up there, and some little hay over there. That’s Tammye’s house. Gorgeous!
Tammye: I said, “But I need to ask you for your forgiveness, because Mama has not loved you unconditionally.” And, you know, he looked at me and said, “Mama, I forgave you a long time ago.” And, I said, “No! I need to hear you say that.” I said, “Because, the Bible that I read tells me that if I have wronged someone or mistreated someone to ask their forgiveness first and then I’m free to go to the Father.” And then I told him at that point, “Your Mama has your back.” [Cuts to confessional] Antoni: She thought her faith told her to judge somebody who was gay, but she chose to see past that and she saw the individual. She saw the person who her son is and she changed her mind. She says that it was a religious experience, but she made that choice. Not all parents do that.