Hmmm...I just found this. I didn't even know I had a blog. Well, that says something about my memory I guess. Anyway, my life is pretty good, I'm going to girls camp next week, and this week I have a bunch of family over all the way from Montana to Texas all congregating here and it's the BEST!!! We have been going strong, staying up at all hours, going to raging waters, playing games, movies, food, everything. Being a Wilson in the middle of a reunion or "party time" pretty much means partying about 20 hours a day and lots of loud laughing, clapping, and whooping.
So, you might ask, what is a Kelsi? Well, the truth is this: nobody actually knows. Not even me. But it's very fun being a Kelsi, you should try it. When you're in your 'mood' everything is spontaneous and unexpected. I have no clue what I'm gonna do until after I've done it, and sometimes it surprises me more than anyone else. True story. The thing you've gotta get used to is that when someone says something simple and funny, you might not get it for a couple hours, or in severe cases, a couple weeks. But, then it's even funnier, I think, so you don't even have to worry about it.
Another thing that can get in the way while I am busy being Kelsi, is I always take into account too much what other people want or need (that's the Bradley side of me coming out) so sometimes I forget to have fun or take care of myself. For example, if I'm planning something fun and someone can't come, I get all sad for them and feel bad they're missing out and that we're doing something fun w/out them and then it sometimes ruins it for me. And I quote from a friend: "Wow, I never thought anyone could be TOO nice until I saw you try to plan a party." Same goes if I think I've offended or made anyone feel sad in any way, I can't enjoy anything else for an hour or two until I get over it or can stop thinking about it.
But being "too nice" is great too, you're friends with everyone, and you get to have a pretty low percentage of your life being spent in arguments, worrying about who you like or hate, or holding stupid grudges nobody cares about. Anyway, another thing about me, is that sometimes I don't like getting in too deep with people, even just plain friends. I love having lots of people that I care about and can have fun with, and I only just realized this about myself, but every once in a while, I have a hard time letting others into my thoughts or my life. It's like I can get really close with someone, have great times, and then at times it suddenly starts to become more permanent or personal, and I'll suddenly feel territorial and block them out. Sometimes, I'm the opposite and I love getting close with people, but other times that springs up and takes me by surprise.