Thursday, September 23, 2010

The Adventures of Keltherine

In case you've been wondering (and I know you have, don't lie) what I've been up to in the past 5 months, it can pretty much be summed up in one word: Keltherine.

Back in March or April, my friend Kellie and I decided that we were slowly, but quite efficiently, morphing into one Super Awesome Being. We spent enough time together, and essentially had the same tastes, likes and dislikes, beliefs, morals (or lack thereof), and thirst for alcohol. We discovered that we both hate the word moist. We both love to eat cheese. We both think it's hilarious to say the word "ass" while we burp. We both want to make the sexy time with Alexander Skarsgard.




We started dressing alike when we went out, unintentionally. We decided to call our new dual identity Keltherine. I'd like to show you what she's been up to this past summer.




In May, we threw on some Michael Jackson sparkly gloves and went to an 80's concert in the park. (you can see we're dressed alike...down to the sunglasses and flip flops, which are not visible)





Later in May, we wowed locals with our karaoke version of Sir Mix-a-lot's classic, "Baby Got Back" (again, dressed alike)

In June we...


Celebrated a friend's 40th birthday (who are those girls in the green dresses?)


And played Chicken Shit Bingo, which is exactly what it sounds like. And also, awesome.


In July, we traveled to exotic Ohio and Michigan on our Keltherine 2010 Summer Tour, where we visited with the 2 friends who brought us together in the first place, Heather and Dani. (and again....)


We celebrated our Nation's independence.....


By enjoying some lukewarm Colt 45. Thank you, Billy Dee Williams.


In August we demonstrated how tan I'd become over the summer, and how pasty white Kellie remained. Oh, and we wine tasted.


We hung out with Reenie (hi!) at Luckenbach.... 




And sweet talked some big cocks. 



We said goodbye to summer and hello to Dallas Night Club with Kourtney. 




And in September, we watched football and cut off at Pluckers for being "too loud". Or too drunk. Potato. Po-tah-to.

Keltherine has been busy.

Seriously. Kellie and I have both been through a lot in the past 4 months, and I know I speak for both of us when I say that we thank God every day that we found each other. She has been my rock, my mother, my sister, my care giver, my biggest fan and my best friend over the past few months. I wouldn't have gotten through everything that I have gone through without her, and I feel confident saying that she wouldn't have gotten through her shit without me either. I'm not prone to cheese it up, but I mean it kids, she's alright.

To Kellie: Thank you. Steve loves Jews. Always.

4 comments:

female, I shit you not! said...

Ahhhhhhhhhhh youth!!!
You both seem to be enjoying life.
Good for you. :0)

I found my best friend at age 29.
No one has ever come close.
:0( Her life travels took her to AK and I'm in MA, but the times we spent together will never be forgotten and we talk on the phone often.

Lisa-tastrophies said...

It's good to have friends :-)

Reenie said...

~ * ~ hugs to you both ~ * ~

Woot Woot!! I made the blog=)

Anonymous said...

This has officially turned into my go-to blog when I'm having a less than perfect day. I love jews and I'm so lucky to have found you. Love and hugs! Enough of the cheese. But wait we love cheese!!! Swiss nom noms!!

Love - Steve