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Chelsea Wintle

Auckland, New Zealand

Email: chelsea@netconcepts.com

Home page: http://www.stormpages.com/chels

ICQ: 98862121

From Shannon:

Chelsea is an attractive young woman. When this is wrtten she had turned twenty one, and at some point, is approaching her twenty second (year). However, given the amount of things that she has done and destroyed in a variety of creative and interesting years (and a variety of creative and interesting ways), you wonder how she found the time to fit it all in. It is really quite amazing.

Right... well, she works as an "Internet Content Developer". Which, as I understand things, is writing the textual content for web pages. Her work is situated out in the middle of nowhere - the North Shore or someplace.

Causing widespread mahem and destruction is something of a hobby. I'm sure that various bus drivers have nightmares about her occasionally. She's caused servere damage to at least one car, one farm bike and a container of dip. And that's just what I know of. There's much more on her own website.

She has two sisters, Alison & Vanessa. She comes from some small place up north - the sleepy hamlet of Wellsford; She's from the farm, which would normally mean that she has something of a no-nonsense attitude. However, she sometimes seems to be full of nonsense. Execpt that I have since discovered that she isn't from the farm at all. Although from the farming community, her family runs an orchard that produces peaches. However, I have since met her father and discovered that, yes, it must have been something of a rural upbrining. Heck! The family has cows. That must be rural.

I hope I'm not going to get in trouble here, but she's quite a nice person to look at. (That is understatement - in reality, she's drop dead gorgeous.) And she's huggy person, which makes meeting her (which I occasionally get to do) all the more interesting.

She's had her rough times, and her good times. I hate to use a cliché, but she's a well-honed diamond in the rough. And like all well polished gems, she sparkles all the more.

She's been through a lot. And I reckon that she's actually a very caring person. She does pay attention to people. She's affectionate, and loving. And has nice hair. And she has a sense of humour, and doesn't mind going out of her way to help people, such as giving them a lift in her nice new car. Her faith in God is important to her. She's also unafraid of computers. A self confessed female geek - a rarity indeed. :-)

However, she walks with her head held high. She is confident in herself, knows what she can do and is not afraid to do what she needs.

She's one person who has a great impact on you. Lets you see outside your own little world. I hope she doesn't mind me saying that her experiences show you where you can take your life too. You've shown me some things, Chelsea, and I do think it has enriched me.

One thing that has really impressed me about Chelsea is her strength. She has a certain weakness. In her own words, she's an AA girl. And, no, we're not talking about the Automobile Association. Some time ago, (and I do not know all the details) she found herself unable to control alchol - and it had begun to control her.

But she has come to grips with it. How she achieved this is looks to me like self denial. She realises that she cannot have that first drink as she cannot control herself from that point on. I cannot help but think that I could not cope with such a loss of control of myself. To acknoledge one's own weakness like that, and to avoid the situation entirely takes real strength. To acknoledge that you cannot control yourself. That, I admire.

And she likes kebabs. Lamb on rice.

Interests: Monologue, dialogue, poetry

Published writer: No

Freelance: No