Friday, September 12, 2008

Getting used to this whole freedom concept...

So, it just hit me last night that I don't have to ask permission before I like want to go out and that just really weirded me out for some reason.....

Yesterday I told Ste that Nicole and I were planning to go out with our friend Lauren, and then I kind of phrased it as a question, but I mean it's not like he can say no and I totally forgot that. Not that my parents every really told me to stay at home, but I don't know this is just all so new to me. But, it was good because Nicole and I were dying to get out of the house.

I can tell my schedule is going to get really hectic really quickly for YFC. Which is good, because I like staying busy but it'll take awhile to get in the swing of things.

Also I really need to remember to just be myself....my outgoing, loud, and talkative self. I think I'm still so overwhelmed by everything right now.

Tomorrow night I'm basically working all day, but it'll be good to sleep in on Saturday and basically do nothing.

Ah, so tonight Lauren came and picked Nicole and I up and we drove to Whitley Bay to see Libby! It was good, because I really missed her and I'm glad Nicole got to meet some more people and basically get to know everyone from training by us telling her about them, even though she really won't get to meet any of them until January. 

On Saturday Lauren is taking us to Middlesbrough to do some shopping and then to Redcar to get a lemon top! Happy day!

Well, I'm off to bed.....I have a long day ahead of me tomorrow!

-Kelsey




3 comments:

Your Momma said...

Karsee, this blog just cracked me up. You have been a child for so long, it will take a little while to figure out how to be an adult. :)

Love you!

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to let you know I am praying for you...I think you show tremendous courage and faith to take the gospel to such an amazing and needy place! Blessings

Paul Johnson

Anonymous said...

Ummm, I was wondering where you were last night. You didn't check in and we didn't know where you were. You're grounded for two weeks.

Love you,

Dad