About Kelly

Kelly Wilson is an author and comedian who entertains and inspires through stories of humor, healing, and hope. She is the author of Live Cheap & Free, Don’t Punch People in the Junk, and Caskets From Costco. Kelly Wilson currently writes for a living and lives with her Magically Delicious husband, junk-punching children, dog, cat, and stereotypical minivan in Portland, Oregon.
3 09, 2015

Youngest, The Dentist Shenanigans, and The Vegetti

By |September 3rd, 2015|My Blog|2 Comments

School hasn’t even started yet, and it’s already time for Youngest’s shenanigans for the new year.

As I was counting the days until school started – and raging silently at all my Facebook friends who were sharing pictures of their children who were already and unfairly in school – I had to take Oldest and Youngest […]

1 09, 2015

Um, Can I Post on Your Blog?

By |September 1st, 2015|My Blog|0 Comments

Caskets From Costco is being re-released through a new publisher this fall!!!

Yes, I’m very excited!!!

Also, I am looking for blog owners who would let me contribute a post in celebration of this momentous event. There are only a few more spots left, so if you’re interested, DON’T WAIT! Go here to sign up!!!

27 08, 2015

Signs That It’s Time for School to Start

By |August 27th, 2015|My Blog|2 Comments

“Youngest is addicted to video games,” Husband grumbled.

“Why?” I grunted.

“It’s 9 in the morning, and he’s playing video games, grumble grumble blah blah blah,” he answered.

Now, two things: Youngest had a sleepover the night before with a friend and they were both playing video games. And second, I just DID NOT CARE.

“Husband,” I said, my voice […]

26 08, 2015

The A-Grip Cinema is Kind of a Big Deal

By |August 26th, 2015|My Blog|0 Comments

This is me in Idaho earlier this summer, being birthed out of a cave with sharp edges…AFTER Husband took my cell phone from my sweaty, clumsy ham hands.

He was right to do so, since we were precariously balanced on sharp rocks that overhung a cave, and I needed all limbs to keep from slipping and […]

25 08, 2015

What If Someone Doesn’t Believe Your Abuse?

By |August 25th, 2015|My Blog|6 Comments

When people ask me about my family, I say that I am an orphan.

It’s technically not true, but this is definitely easier to say than, “Well, I am a survivor of childhood sexual abuse at the hands of my father and I told my mother and she ended up choosing him over me and so […]