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Thursday, August 11, 2005


Humble Kier

WOW Kel - just what I needed to release some PMS tears :) To be perfectly honest with you, I was in awe of you when I first met you and in those days - Kiersten was only in awe of herself :) But as time went on, it became clear to me that you would be a part of my life forever and it was OK for me to need that. You have taught me so much about life through all of our talks (and there were many) and about love through all of your actions. I feel honored to have known you and Ross from "the first moment" and continue to be honored at every step of life that I get to share with you. It's so funny, b/c if I am going through a rough time, my mom will always say "Call Kel, she always makes you happy" and you do. I am so blessed that I have been able to "grow old" with you - you are an amazing person... PS "I accept my weight, I accept my weight..."" :)


okay goils....I don't know U from Adam...but STOP!! U'r making me cry.......U two are sooo blessed to have 'emerson friends' in eachother....I myself have learned the meaning of 'its not the quantity ...but the quality' thru the years.......thanx for a great read (hugging her pups as she reads.....)


Very sweet. I had a great time with Kiersten at your 30th. I kept sitting there wondering if we had meet some where else. It's probably because she is so personable. Glad you got to see her!


Oh yeah, another thing. I'd rather change change diapers anyday then to skinny dip. That sounds like a nightmare come true. I can't even sleep naked let alone swim naked. Now that I have kids I fear they will need me and I will be unprepared. Or the house will catch fire and that robe I gave to the good will be mocking me as I run screaming into pubic view. I dreamed that once, not the robe part but the street part. How sad. It really makes no sense. I think the only thing that could relax me into being okay with being nude is terrible and horrible hard labor. Not much else though.


I did the whole skinny dipping thing for a Frat thing in college. Of course, we had to run all the way across campus first, avoiding other students - especially those with cameras - and towards the end of the naked run, avoiding the PO-lice. Ah, those were the days. Stupid, but carefree, days. Remember when we'd play Circle of Death, and I'd make everyone do Pirate sounds when they drank. Oh man - that was classic! Hahaha.

Switching subjects. Kier, I love you too. You're the best. A good friend to us all for many years. We are so very fortunate to have you in our lives. We love you.


College was so fun. It seemed like we played circle of death almost nightly, followed by a Jack In the Box/Burger King/Taco Bell run, or failing that gorging on Top Ramen or Mac and Cheese (hence the being fatter than I've ever been in my life, right?). My favorite game memory was when we decided to do 'medical terms', and Steve's word was Diflucan. Oh. My. Gosh. I don't think there was a dry eye in the house, we were laughing so hard. And the pirate sounds were always my favorite: argh!

And Misty -- you'd rather change diapers than be naked? Dude. We need to talk.


I saw someone in my coffee shop where I study yesterday, and I SERIOUSLY thought she was Kiersten. I did a double take (or more like a long hard stare, which kinda freaked her out) because she absolutely resembled this person who's picture I just saw online. Alas, it was not her/you, but still kinda strange. Kiersten, do you have a twin in Baltimore?


Oh my gosh, I almost peed my pants laughing at those pictures of Bella dancing, what a nut! Looks like you guys had fun partying hard at the beach house.

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