First, your mom teaches you how to be a daughter. She teaches you that you can do anything, be anything. You’ll watch her fight to the death in an argument over why a girl can be just as good a firefighter as a boy. Yet, she always rides in the passenger seat of the car with her guy. Even if he’s driving her car. You learn that independence and...Read More
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I'm Meghan. I grew up in Ohio, came of age in Arizona and am now raising a family in Pennsylvania. I'm a freelance writer and essayist, a stay-at-home mom to my six-year-old son, and a foster parent. I'm told I am too organized and too sarcastic for my own good but I don't see how either is possible.