Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Truth Tuesday



  • My new favorite thing is taking Munch for a walk after Brian and I get home from work. Too bad stubborn Luna won't walk on her come-with-me-kitty. Then we could be all be a happy, walking family. 

  • I hate feelings of inadequacy. Hate it, hate it. I'm the worst at criticizing myself. It's probably my biggest thing in life I need to learn to overcome. 

  • I have a hard time making friends. I'm bad at opening up to people. But once I make friends with someone, I can promise I'm fiercely loyal. Perhaps that's why I struggle with making friends . . . I take friendship pretty seriously. 

  • I have all these beautiful flowers springing up in my yard and I'm just praying to God that I don't kill them all. 

  • Sometimes I think it'd be a sweet life to just move around and live in a tent. But then I remember that I really love my house. I feel like my house is my friend, like it has this old, amazing soul. Is that weird? Probably. 

  • One of my BIGGEST pet peeves is when people don't take you seriously. Now that I'm no longer a student and I'm trying to infiltrate (yes, infiltrate, it's that serious) myself into real adult life, I find it ridiculous how people treat me sometimes just because I'm young. Age is just a number. I mean, I know wisdom comes with age. But still, I've met some pretty irresponsible people in their 40s. 

  • Today I interviewed the President of Winger's. I wish I could say it was because he was giving me a lifetime supply of sticky fingers. Really, it was because the Winger's in Logan closed down. I wrote a short article from his interview, posted it and sobbed big tears the whole time.

  • I watched "Gravity" with my mom over the weekend and unlike the rest of the world, we thought it was really boring and I felt like the touching parts were forced. I still love Sandy B. I'm just being honest.

  • I hate Tuesdays. I'm so glad this one is almost over.  

4 comments:

  1. Kelsey I think I may have a solution for one of your problems. Growing a beard not only makes you look older, but it makes people think that you look meaner so they take what you say a lot more seriously. I think you should try it.

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    1. Ha ha! Tyler, you da best. I just laughed so hard.

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  2. I also take friendship seriously and am fiercely loyal. But when someone takes advantage of it, I don't quickly forget it .
    I had a whole conversation with friends on how Tuesdays are the worst.
    I also struggle with not being taken seriously especially since I look younger than I am. So frustrating.

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    1. Alyssa, someday that looking young thing is going to really pay off. Just you wait.

      I always love your comments :).

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