She writes a blog, where she writes things and prefaces them, "Another piece written entirely from theory and not at all from experience." A necessary preface, often absent from other philosophical ponderings.
She graduated an elite university early, got a perfect (??) GRE score, then went on to graduate school before many of her classmates finished undergrad.
But I want to talk about another, lesser known skill of Meg's. Even those who know Meg well may, perhaps, be unaware of her brilliance as a cheerleader.
|Meg, on her last Oklahoma visit|
No one cheered quite like Meg. Both her volume and her brilliance went unmatched.
Upon seeing a woman in a purple Vikings t-shirt struggling to finish, Meg called out, "You can do it! The Vikings love you! You are beating Green Bay!"
To others, she reminded them of the food awaiting them at the finish.
Her most frequent cheer, however, was "America loves you," seconded only by the message of her talks, but stated in an entirely different manner, "Jesus loves you."
Well, Meg, Jesus and America love you. Especially Captain America.
Three cheers for Meg!
|Isn't she lovely?|