February 13, 2010


For anyone who may still check in on us, sorry about the lack of posts the past couple of months. We'll work on being better about that. :)

So... quite a bit has happened since we last blogged. I'll let the other girls tell their stories themselves, but let me give you the run-down of my love life. I've mentioned in the past that I have a serious issue with attracting the creepy, weird guys. You know, that one guy from your ward that all the girls try to avoid as much as possible. It is actually kind of funny how one of the biggest things that brings the girls in my ward together is the mutual repulsion from certain young (or perhaps not so young...) men.

I have had several incidents with creepers, but let me cut to the chase. It is late, anyway, and I kinda want some sleep. :) So there is this one guy who has been creeping me out. He arranged his schedule to align well with mine so that we would "bump into each other" quite frequently. He is quite good at being in the same place at the same time. So much so that it is actually pretty impressive, in a very creepy sort of way. I could go on and on about how creepy this guy is. And yet I am still just too nice to crush him because deep down I really do think he is a nice guy -- just a little obsessive. And I am not good at being mean unless someone is directly mean to me. Then the fury is released and the temper that few people ever see comes out. Until then, I just suck it up and live with it. And I REALLY need to get over that.

Anyway, about a month ago I was at the church when this creeper (let's call him Dave) shows up, rushed right over to me, and starts being creepier than he has ever been before. Seriously... it was bad. I was working up the courage to tell him to leave me alone, when this guy from my ward (Rob) comes up and is just chatting with us. Somehow the topic turned to dating and such and although I am not sure how it happened Rob ended up trying to get Dave to ask this girl named Elise out on a date. Eventually, he convinced him and he waltzed right over and asked her out. And, to my surprise, she actually said "YES". Long story short, they are now dating and there have been rumors of an impending engagement! And the best part? My rescuer, Rob, also ended up asking me out and we've been dating ever since. :) And he is pretty amazing, if I do say so myself. He served his mission in South America, is pursuing a career as a lawyer, and it very sweet and just an all-around good guy. I still don't know what the future holds for us, but for the time being things are going quite well. :) Pretty dang awesome, eh? I think so!

More news to come! Thanks for reading!


December 7, 2009

Facebook, anyone?

We thought we'd give this a whirl. Some of you may have noticed that we had a badge on the right to become our facebook "friends". But instead of doing that, since we doubt that most of you would want to let four anonymous girls see your profiles, we've created a fan page instead. So join, if you would like to. :) We sure won't be miffed if you don't. But if you do... feel free! HERE is the link.

We hope you are all having an awesome week! Who here is ready for finals to be over? We sure are!!!

December 4, 2009

Divorce and dating... dun dun dun!

An anonymous person left a comment several days ago asking our opinion on this subject. He has since deleted it, so even though I have access to the comment still because deleteing the comment doesn't delete the email notification, I will just talk about it in general and not share specific stuff from his comment.

Basically, the jist of his comment was wanting to know what chances he has in the dating world as a divorced man. My thoughts? I think it depends a lot more on who you are now than anything that has happened in the past. For me, personally, I would be totally fine with dating a divorced person. And heck, if he fits the "criteria" of things I want in a future husband, then I don't see why I would have any problem with getting married to him, even if he had kids. the most important thing to me in a realtionship/husband is not whether he has been divorced or has kids or anything like that, but whether he is a good, solid member of the church, if I feel confident that he is going to work just as hard as me to keep our relationship/marriage strong, if he is or will be a good father, and the rest of the quite long list of things I look for in a relationship/husband. Maybe I'll have to post at least some of that list sometime. :)

So to you, anonymous commentor, I say go for it and good luck! I'm sure there is someone out there for you andm I hope you find her soon!

Let me open this up to anyone else who still reads this blog. What do you think about divorce and dating?

This is an interesting topic... thanks for bringing it up!

November 10, 2009

I seem to have really bad luck with the guys that are attracted to me. Really bad. I get the stalkers, the creeps, the awkward, the bizarre, and the just plain annoying guys. Wnat some examples?

Exhibit A: We met at a church function in our teens. He was from another state. We kept in contact through texting and emailing for several months, just as friends. He was pretty awkward and strange, but when we were texting and emailing it was easy to forget that. We were just good friends... nothing more, nothing less. I did, however, suspect that he might be crushing on me a bit, and I'll admit... I did go through a phase when I fooled myself into liking him. A year later, we met again, and went on a date. By this point, I was interested in someone else but quite aware that he liked me. It is easily in my top 5 worst dates of all time. The awkwardness that pervaded our date was nearly tangible, especially when he bashfully told me he "had a crush" on me (can you say "high school"??) and I gave a very nice, kind, and sensitive "I like you as a friend" speech. Then he blew up. I had never seen that side of him. He was so upset and said things I'm sure he regrets. but the weirdest part? When he got home, he emailed me, basically soliciting my advice in how to get over me and fix his wounded ego. Weird? I certainly think so!

Exhibit B: A friend from another ward that I met my freshman year. He was just bizarre. He was really into anime, techno music, computers, and hitting on any girl possible. He asked me on a date, and I said yes. I really need to learn how to say "no", obviously. It was a double date, which made it better... but my goodness, it didn't help much. We did some random stuff and then went to his apartment to play games. He turned on his techno music (some of which was not very appropriate), and after a few songs he got up and started dancing, if that jumping and twitching and flapping can be called "dancing". At one point, he was doing his "flapping" thing over ME, and I had this awful image in my head of my grandparent's rooster doin' his thang on a hen. I left very soon after, feeling thankful that I had to drive there because he didn't have a car.

Exibit C: He was (and still is...) in my ward. I am very outgoing, so I said he and introduced myself. We talked a few times... nothing too significant though. Than he somehow got my number, and I still do not know how. It isn't on my facebook and I can't think of who he would have asked since I don't hand out my number to a whole lot of people. Once he got my number, he really didn't stop texting me. I'd get texts any time, day and night. He'd flirt, try to get me to go on a date with him, all that jazz. I would either tell him no, reply with short 1-5 word texts, or ignore him altogether. Then it stopped for a few days.... and then he texted me asking me advice about a girl he likes from our ward. I kid you not, this was just days after he was hard core flirting with me. He apparently met her the day he stopped texting me, and already has his eternities mapped out with her by his side... haha. :) I think the weridest and most annoying thing about him is that he RARELY talked to me face to face. He basically only talked to me through text or facebook. Even (and especially) when we were in the same room. Lame.

What are some strange characters you've attracted? Now that I've told some of my stories I want to hear yours. :)

Obviously, this whim of a blog hasn't "stuck" for us, or for like 90% of our readers. I'm sure there are several factors in this, but I won't go into that.

What I wanted to say was that although I am all about people being able to share their thoughts and opinions, some of you have gone over the top. Honestly, if you hate us and think we are stupid, immature, yadda yadda yadda... then let me offer this simple solution. DON'T READ IT. Rather than leave hate comments with less than admirable language, just don't ever click on this blog again. Not that there will be many, if any, posts after this one, since this blog is very low on our list of priorities.

Thanks a bunch!

♥-Kaylee (and all the other girls too)

October 11, 2009

"Hot" vs. "Beautiful"

I have a huge pet peeve about being called "hot". It is definitely among the top 10 things that turn me off. The only guys who have called me hot have been dirty, nasty slimeballs that just have one thing on their mind. The only person who will ever be allowed to call me that will be my husband... haha. :)

I hate how I feel when someone describes me as "hot". I don't want to be thought of as a hottie. I want to be thought of as beautiful, and I know I'm not alone in this. I have only met a very few girls who prefer being called hot to being called beautiful, and the lifestyles they live are definitely questionable.

The purpose of this post is to hear all of your opinions on this subject. Am I just being a prude? Or do you agree?

Which do you prefer... hot or beautiful?


October 10, 2009

First of all...

...I'm so sorry it has been so long since anyone posted on here! School is kicking everyone's butts around here and essay and studying is a bigger priority than this blog. :)

So let me just jump right in and update you all on this situation with Jeremy that I talked about in the last post I wrote. I made up my mind to just crush him the next opportunity I had. that's the good news. I know most of the people who commented (and thanks for your input!) said that is what I should do, and I know you're right. The problem is, I haven't had an opportunity. The reason why I haven't already crushed him is because he fluctuates between flirting and ignoring. He'll be all nasty and then he won't talk to me for a month or so, which gives me enough time to feel confident that he is finally backing off before he strikes again. this time, however, I am not going to let myself feel comfortable with the idea that he took all the hints I've given him that I'm not attracted at all, and I'll be ready if/when he tries something smooth again. If only he were perceptive enough to just leave me alone, as well as all the other girls he toys around with. Ugh...

There is a formal coming up before too long that I am nervous about. It's girl's choice, and I honestly don't know who I am going to ask. I may just end up not going, even though I am helping out with decorating and food. It is so frustrating to not know of a single person who I would like to spend a few hours with that doesn't already have a girlfried or a fiancee. Maybe I'm being really picky, but I don't want to settle for less. Maybe I'm just taking things too seriously though. :)

Thoughts? I love comments! And thanks to everyone who has left one!