Hi, my name is Meg. I am a Chicago native attending DePaul University. I am climbing up the walls of the unpublished cave and writing into the abyss to be reviewed and published. Read my work along the journey! I'm glad to have you.
I Didn't Know Gay People Existed Until I Lived in the South
I sat across the Wrigleyville table from an old friend. Cubs memorabilia and streamers decorated the bar, and it grew louder as we caught up over drinks. Her face was a welcome sight, but misplaced against the backdrop of my new reality. I had known her during my freshman year at college. I attended Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina for one year to play Division I golf.
Advice for Women: Don't Perceive Men
The man sitting in the largest Zoom box on my screen made his disposition clear- he had two sons, enjoyed hunting and fishing, and valued the input of my male peers more than that of anyone else. I had been shot down and ignored, only to be overshadowed by Brent or Kyle repeating my answer a few seconds later.
Try This Winter Golf Drill During Covid to Keep Your Game Sharp
I was raised in a golf dome, spending my Saturdays surrounded by the clicking of golf balls off silicone grass. I rolled putts off the practice green, in between the grains of sand poured to keep it firm, and whacked balls into the hanging targets until calluses appeared on my palms. The exciting, addictive quality of the game focused me even at age 12, quickly spurring me through coaches and joining the competition at IJGA and MAJGT tournaments. A players’ academy, “The Players Service'' saw my potential and helped me to achieve a Division I scholarship at Winthrop University in South Carolina.