Hello world!

I’m Meghan, and I’m  from a small town outside of Macon, Georgia.  I went to high school at Tattnall Square Academy where I met wonderful friends that I continue to be in close friendships with even today.  I cheerleaded for football and basketball in highschool, and our squad participated in competitions.  It taught me so many valueable lessons.  I learned time management, discipline, the importance of hard work and how good it feels when it pays off, and countless other things. 

I graduated in 2005 and began college at Georgia Southern University in the fall.  College life was a huge adjustment for me.  As an only child, my parents were fairly overprotective and being on my own was a whole new experience.  I have done my fair share of partying and made mistakes, and I have also learned from them and that it was quickly time for me to put my priorities in order.  There is nothing more true than the saying about there being a time for work and a time for play.  I have grown so much over my 4 years of being here.  I have met a lot of great friends down here and grown closer to the friends I’ve already had.  I can always count on them to be there for me no matter what the distance is between us. 

I came into college not really sure what I wanted to major in.  I started as a Business major since Daddy told me I could do about anything with that degree.  I found out that all the math and economics involved was not for me.  It took me quite a while to decide on a major.  It always seemed like such a big decision to be making when I still felt like a kid.  I am now a Public Relations major, and I’m keeping my fingers crossed that this is the right thing for me. 

As for my interests and hobbies, I have such a wide range of them.  I love to travel and see new places.  I love the beach and hot weather.  I have visited some beautiful places over the years.  I also like to go shopping, get pedicures, lay out by the pool and have wine nights with the girls.  I wouldn’t like to think I’m high maintenence by any means.  I love to go fishing (especially when the fish bite), watch a good football game, and have even started to learn how to shoot targets with Daddy. 

My family and friends are the most important thing to me.  They are the people who keep me grounded, make me smile, and lend an ear when I need one.  I have realized not to take anything for granted, and that life is too short not to make the most of it.  I like to try to take one day at a time and not stress out over the small things that will essentially not matter in the long run.

Published in: on January 20, 2009 at 8:36 pm  Leave a Comment