I’m a Columnist!

My Column!!!!

My Column!!!!

Holy Toledo!! Wowza!! Whoa Baby!!!!!!!

Chose which ever you like because that is EXACTLY how I feel!

I have loved writing for as long as I can remember. Sometimes I would write in my journal for hours talking to my future self about politics, rumors, or my latest crush.  Other times I would write letters to friends explaining things because I couldn’t find the spoken words. Or others still I would write papers for my history degree in college.  Writing has always been a major part of my life, and secretly, I always hoped for a career where I could express myself through words.

I cannot begin to express the amount of gratitude I feel for everyone who has supported me in this adventure.  Moving to Ireland was the most difficult thing I have ever done, but I wouldn’t change it for the world. Thank you everyone for your kind words over the past five months! I’m on the move forward a lot faster than I ever thought I would, and it is all because y’all keep pushing me to be better.

If you would like to read my column (and you don’t live in my hometown), feel free to check out the Times Georgian website!

Again, thank y’all SO much for all of the support and be on the look out for more awkward adventures!!

🙂 MC

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About Travel Morgan Travel

Morgan spends her spare time dreaming about travel and re-reading Harry Potter. She is a historian by trade and a chocoholic by addiction. She suffers from oldest child syndrome and loves the Auburn Tigers.

9 comments on “I’m a Columnist!

      • Hey, I am trying to help some English teachers here who have had some trouble concerning an English competition here. One of the issues was the use of the word fable as the root for the word fabulous. I never knew they were connected til now. Is that news to you? I know it is not a normal use in American English. It seems as if the test was written unfairly to trick the students, and maybe have been given to some in advance to peruse. I am going to write to them after I look into it more and get answers from you and other UK English speakers in case it is just my poor American English. Thanks in advance!

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