Leaving On A Jet Plane

11 Mar

So I’m a terrible blogger, I know. I made it what, all of like, 3 weeks before breaking my new years resolution? I blame grad school, folks. It’s not my fault!

Shannon at airport

No no no that's not what we want! We just wanted to check the bag, bit somehow it got wrapped in green plastic...whoops

Anyways, this morning bright and early at 4:45, Shannon and I piled into the car with her 50 pounds of gear and dropped her off for her trip to South Korea! Hooray! She and our lovely classmate Chelsea will be filming a story there for Special Olympics! It’s going to be great.

And on Tuesday, me and Brian Schlansky, or as most of us here call him, The Big Div, will be leaving for Ecuador to film our own Special Olympics story. Naturally, I’m super excited. We’ll be staying in Quito, the capital, for most of the time, although we’ll also spend a few days in the coastal city of Esmeraldas. Fun!

And then in April, Shannon and I get to travel together to do a Special Olympics story in Haiti. So big things on the horizon! Exciting things! Things that make my mother worry! 🙂

Anywho, I’ve got to go get to packing, but I’ll try my hardest to blog from Ecuador and post some pics, as well as just being a better blogger in general.

Wish us lots of luck in our travels!

-Megan

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3 Responses to “Leaving On A Jet Plane”

  1. kennie zaremba March 11, 2011 at 9:41 pm #

    So awesome. You do such exciting “outside of the box” things. I am proud of hear about your adventures. Zach sailed to Haiti on a mission trip to the orphanages. It was totally heartbreaking, but they did such wonderful things like deliver food to the hungry. You and he do the most amazing things with your lives. As a Mom, I am proud of both of you. Take care, love ya, Kennie

  2. lynn morrow March 12, 2011 at 10:21 pm #

    Megan, I cannot say enough about how proud I am of you!. You truly make this Grandmother proud. You are making the most incredible memories and such a statement in your own life and hopefuly in the live of others. Haiti will indeed be an eye opener for you and Shannon. What heartbreak that country is enduring. Now Japan! We are so blessed to live in America. Enjoy your journey’s. I love you so much. Granny

  3. Dad March 13, 2011 at 7:38 am #

    That sounds exciting and fun for both of you. Take plenty of pics and be safe Love ya

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