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VLOG 7 Not My Plan

I can’t believe I’m finally writing this blog. I’ve been eager for this moment for months. What a whirlwind the past 18 months have been. What started as a little, persistent inkling in my very soul, urging me to share this positive story of adoption has become a small pile of pages bound together in the form of a real BOOK. Amazing. (To me…) This book really became something special and meaningful because it includes contributions by my mother, my birth daughter, and both of her parents. Amid the digging into my own past, I had help from my sisters,
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Categories: Comedy, Personal, Professional, and Speaker.

Horse Cart: Part 3 of 3 in a KookyMegan Mini-Series

I have this recurring dream. It hits the subconscious cycle of my sleep zone about once or twice a week lately. I’m frantic. It’s the final day of my beach destination vacation. I’m scrambling around trying to pack things and prepare to head home. All of my stuff is in the drawers, which never happens in real life when I travel, so I’m yanking each drawer open and heaving things into my suitcase. I keep noticing how fast the time is moving and we are cutting it dangerously close getting out the door to the airport. I keep glancing out
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Categories: Comedy, Improv, Performing, Personal, Professional, and Speaker.

VLOG 1 Work at Home Momma

Gotta keep things interesting around here, so I finally started vlogging last week. It will be my humble attempt to capture myself in the natural habitat of working from home while raising little adorable (and crazy) kiddos. It is as literal as possible to juggle working from home while they are climbing under/in my desk and on me. They also love to help me type, flat-palmed and slap-happy. So, here’s another variety of all things @KookyMegan. Hope you enjoy!
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Categories: Comedy, Improv, Personal, and Professional.

The Day I Stood Up: Part 1 of 3 in a KookyMegan Mini-Series

I’ve been “working” from home for about eighteen months now, though I put it in quotes because it isn’t at all what I thought it might be like. I have an office in my home, with your average, functional set up, perfect for getting hours and hours of work done. But as I just said, that office is in my home and I currently have three children, ages eight, three, and one. So, working is a relative term. I am working all the time but the rate at which I check things off my to-do list is much longer than
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Categories: Comedy, Emcee, Improv, Performing, and Speaker.