Daughter, Mother, Funny, Loving, Extraordinary
Kelsey was an old soul who loved with her entire being. She always stuck up for the underdog. She was sassy, spoke her mind and told you the truth. She was intelligent, witty and persevered through the hardest times. She loved her son so very much.
Every memory is my favorite because that’s all I have now. She loved to eat chips and dip by the spoonfuls as a kid. She loved camping and trips to California and loved to make other people smile and laugh by being a total goofball. When she laughed you couldn’t help but join in. The day her son was born was the happiest day of her life. She said she found her purpose and loved him with every fiber of her being.
Everything. I miss everything about her. Her smile, her laughter, her hugs, her messy bedroom, her towels on the floor, her makeup all over my bathroom, her hair extensions in my sink, hair dye spilling on my cabinets, her ability to forgive, her touch, her eyes, her being a daredevil and one of the boys, her grace, her beauty, her touch, her smell…but if I had to name one…it would be watching her raise her son and seeing what an incredible human being she created. That’s what I miss the most.
Kelsey would want to be remembered as a loving mother to her son, a daughter, a sister, a granddaughter, a niece, a cousin, and a devoted friend. She would want people to remember her as a human being who had a family that loved her to infinity and beyond and misses her with every breath they take…not as another statistic. Remember her smile, her kindness, her selflessness, her humor, her beauty both inside and out and how she made you laugh. Remember all the fun, and her everlasting light .