About Megan

Megan is a 23-year-old MSc Interpreting and Translating student at Heriot-Watt University in Scotland.

She spent some of her childhood in Edinburgh, then did some time in the Scottish Borders before returning to the city to study French and Spanish. During her third year she spent five months in Costa Rica and five more in France before graduating from her MA, completing a translation internship in Somerset and spending several months in the U.S. while performing freelance translation work. She likes Marmite, books, open-mindedness, making things and writing about herself in the third person.


9 responses to “About Megan

  1. Hi Megan,
    Thanks so much for visiting my blog and writing about your grandmother…my husband and I married young and were married for over 37 years when he passed away at age 56…much too young. So maybe my grief is still causing me memory problems…I’m sure it certainly contributes to them.
    I’ve been to Scotland once, a long time ago, and loved the countryside…stayed in Edinburgh and Perth and a few other places…beautiful corner of the world.
    Best of luck in your studies, and with your relationship with your man in Ohio! Come to Canada sometime–we are a very friendly ‘people’…lol.
    All the best.

  2. hi megan i just found your blog and i really like it!

  3. You have your own blog! That’s pretty swell. I’m proud to be your friend Curry.

  4. ALI

    dear Megan madill,
    it is since only a couple of days that I saw your blog, it was pleasure to read about your adventures…
    I saw you on gravatar, read your story and liked it much.. the thing that draw my attention is that you are so friendly and interested in languages I am also a language student, studing English language and literature and I know (and write in) several other orient languages, I will be happy to learn much about your adventures…
    and if ever you wish or happen to come to Istanbul (constantinople- byzantinium) I will be happy to be a part of your adventure that you publish on your blog..

  5. Hi Megan, regards from Indonesia

  6. Hello Megan! :)
    Just went through your blog for a while and I must say, I loved it and the way you express yourself and the things around you! Keep blogging :)

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