Mandy was in a car accident this morning. She walked into my room, crying, saying that someone driving a truck and pulling a horse trailer ran her off the road into the guard rail of a bridge. I think she was afraid I would be mad she wrecked my van. I told her the important thing was she WALKED into the room. She could have been injured or killed! The van is a lifeless hunk of metal. She is my precious child. We also need to thank our incredible neighbors Gary, who saw her walking five miles home, and picked her up, and Craig, who left his job to come help her and get the van towed, and Duckie, who came over to help, too, and even drove along the road to look for hub caps. Country neighbors are the best. David and Shelby are camping in the Red River Gorge and we were here without anyone to help us. These three men stepped up and helped us without expecting anything in return. Craig was building a house, and left the job site to help us. Duckie was cutting hay, and left the hay field to help us. We are blessed. - Momma Kas
My stomach dropped when I got a call from Mandy crying (to the point where I could hardly understand what she was saying) saying she had been in a wreck. So, so scary. My heart goes out to all families who have lost, or have had loved ones hurt in car wrecks. I am so happy and thankful my big sissy is ok!
Here is a video with my older sister in it
A few screenshots from the behind the scenes video
of my photo shoot with Avery Ryan Photography!
Click here to see the behind the scenes video!
This video has always had a special place in my heart. But after going blind in one eye (almost both) I got so much more emotional watching it, because I understand what it is like. Steve is such a strong, wonderful person. To know my videos can bring joy to someone who can't see them, only hear, brings me so much happiness. I truly have some amazing, outstanding viewers. I am so honored to have you all in my life.
Video link: http://youtu.be/84sxjJ9sbkI
"I can't believe kids nowadays..." news flash everyone. There has ALWAYS been kids like this, everyone just has camera phones now and everything gets exposed. So much gets shared and posted on the internet, and I hear people say things all the time like "why are you sharing this with the world?" the internet is not "the world".. Now, I know what they mean by that because you are indeed, sharing with people from all over the globe, rather then just the people in your area. But some peoples whole lives revolve around it (mine does a lot, but this is also my career.) I think we forget sometimes that we are sharing with "the world" and something small can turn into something big. There is life outside the internet, and not everything needs to be posted on it. Sadly in some cases people choose not to share something on the internet, and someone else makes the decision for them. People are so much more judgmental and cruel because they don't have to say what they're typing to that persons face. They can hide behind their screen. Is it someone showing their true opinion, or just troling? I think a little of both to be honest. Too many people feel obligated to post EVERYTHING on the internet like it's a requirement. You DO NOT have to post or share anything. And be careful what you decide to share. I will even admit it. I was more of the picture on the right rather the left. I had always been "the ugly weird kid" and when I hit puberty I became "beautiful". I got so many positive feedback from people and it was a nice change. It made me feel confident and happy about myself. I made "I gotta ferret' for my best friend and it ended up going viral. Almost seven years later, here I am. Allll over the internet. lol I had actually deleted all my accounts and everything when it did go viral, but people just kept reupload, and posting everything I had taken down and making money off of it. I decided to go back on the internet and try and make the best out of everything. It was hard but I had a lot of help by my Mother, who I am forever grateful to. If I could go back and change some of the decisions I made when I was younger, I would in a heartbeat. 14 is SUCH a hard age for girls. Our body is developing, and we aren't exactly sure how to take the change. We want to be women, but still are little girls with a more developed body. Some are insecure and any positive feedback you get can feel great. Everyone loves to hear happy positive things about their self. At the time I honestly had no idea how powerful the internet was, and soon found out. It was hard, and incredibly scary. When mistakes were made in the past before the internet was the way it is now (or not even created yet for some) it wasn't as hard. Now once something is posted, it can be screenshot, saved, and reposted for everyone to see. Even used as blackmail. Try to remember that with each feeling, thought, or picture to decide to share.
I hope this helped reach out and touch someone and hopefully helped in someway. I love you all<3
I did another Choies haul/try on! :D check it out!
So what if I put medicine for buttholes on my face?! IT WORKS! #noshame