KBF Blog

In Kelly’s Words – Why the KBF? Why Now?

Posted on December 11, 2016 to Blog

  This time of year we all get asked by a lot of organization to give. We ask too, but it’s not usually me (I leave it to Zeke and our […]

In Kelly’s Words – How kids react to my wheelchair

Posted on November 13, 2016 to Blog

One of the things I love about kids is that they are unfiltered. They don’t know about being polite or politically correct or not asking certain questions for one reason […]

In Kelly’s Words – This one’s all about Dylan!

Posted on October 9, 2016 to Blog

  My daughter Dylan was born more than 5 months ago now. It feels both like we’ve had her forever and like that time has flown by (I can hardly […]

In Kelly’s Words – Kelly Brush Ride!

Posted on September 11, 2016 to Blog

What a day! Once again we had an amazing Kelly Brush Ride, with great weather and hundreds of loyal riders, volunteers, and supporters! So here are the numbers: 700 Riders […]

In Kelly’s Words – What’s so cool about the Kelly Brush Ride, anyway?

Posted on August 29, 2016 to Blog

To make it easy, you can register or donate here 😉 The Kelly Brush Ride is my favorite day of the year. It’s stressful and a lot of work to plan. […]

In Kelly’s Words – We’re Back in VT!

Posted on August 7, 2016 to Blog

When I used to tell people that I lived in Maine, or before that I lived in Boston, people were often surprised I didn’t live in Vermont. While the KBF […]

In Kelly’s Words – Kelly Turns 30!

Posted on July 10, 2016 to Blog

  On July 9th I turned 30. Yikes! To many people that seems so young – and I guess it is! But so often people use 30 as a milestone, […]

In Kelly’s Words – I’m a Mom!

Posted on May 8, 2016 to Blog

I’m a mom! It has been 2 weeks since Dylan Mary Davisson came into this world and it has just been great! Zeke and I feel incredibly blessed to have […]

In Kelly’s Words – Pregnancy Update: Still Here….

Posted on April 20, 2016 to Blog

  So…. what does someone do for 3 weeks in the hospital? I would ask the same question if I knew someone was in the hospital for that amount of […]