Flickr

29 07 2011

This is the link to my photostream on Flickr. http://www.flickr.com/photos/53901058@N02/ One day I hope to become a photographer and have my own studio. In just a couple of weeks I will be heading off to college to begin my study of Art.





Blog Assignment 6

25 04 2011

5 Years Down the Road

by Kelsey Kahrs

If you met her 5 years back, she was the

Friendly, shy one.

If you knew her then, she was the

Random, talkative one.

If you meet her now, she’s still

Friendly but now out going.

If you know her now, she’s still the

Random, talkative one,

But now more adventurous.

Kelsey used to live on a farm and

Told the jobs she had to do

As a custom harvester.

Now she lives in a city at an apartment

Being free as she can be and

Loving her job choice

As a photographer.

Life as she knew it used to be

Simple until the decisions and

Bills started to pour in.

She once knew what relaxing was

But not anymore, with her

Job, learning to cook, and

Planning her wedding.





Favorite Buying and Selling Website

28 02 2011

One of my favorite sites would have to be Etsy.  You can buy and sell all sorts of things that are homemade, vintage, or supplies. Since I love crafts and vintage things, it’s a great place to buy or even just get ideas to make new things. There’s all sorts of categories to choose from, thirty-one to be exact. You can choose from accessories all the way to woodworks. Since I really like arts and crafts this website gives me inspirational ideas to make new projects.





This I Believe Assignment

16 02 2011

Believe in Laughter

I believe that laughter is the best medicine. The laughter I’m talking about hurts your sides, brings tears to your eyes, and brings pain to your cheeks. Laughing can take our minds off of things and give us a good feeling for a long period of time. Medicine can make us feel better but can also have bad side effects.

I realized that laughter was the best antidote when I had talked to my best friend after being in a car wreck and having stitches. The doctors couldn’t have given me enough medication to feel the way I did while laughing with her. The pain seemed to disappear during and after laughing with her. The painkillers that the doctor gave me only seemed to slightly numb the pain for about an hour.

We even use the method of laughing to feel better on little kids. If a child falls you’ll see a parent or maybe another child trying everything in their power to make the hurt child laugh. It seems to make them all better if they laugh. Laughing dries up their tears and they seem to forget that they even got hurt in the first place.

I remember watching Patch Adams when I was younger and Robin Williams acted as a doctor.  The storyline was that Patch Adams was determined to become a medical doctor because he loved to help people. But the scientific and medical community didn’t appreciate the way he would try to heal the sick. On the other hand the patients, nurses, and medical professors loved his ability to make the patients feel better. When he would make the kids laugh with his clown suit on you could tell that they felt and looked better when they were laughing. I believe that the laughter made them feel better than their medicine did. If Patch Adams hadn’t stepped in and made them laugh they may have had a shorter, more depressed life.

To me, laughing while your sick gives you better side effects and makes you feel better than any medication. Nothing could be better than to laugh with a friend and feeling good. I would like to embrace the fact that laughing is powerful.

 





Recommended Product

14 01 2011

A product that I would like to recommend to people is Aussie Moist Shampoo and Conditioner. This hair product smells absolutely amazing and it makes my hair so soft and shiny. Ever since I’ve used Aussie’s Moist Shampoo and Conditioner no other shampoo and conditioner compare. The product also isn’t nearly expensive as salon hair products. The only down side of the product is it smells so good that you’ll want to eat it but you can’t.