We learn a lot in a year. So much goes on in 365 days, and as each 365 days pass a compilation of life lessons are taught. 18 never looked this good. Tomorrow I turn 19 (best Friday ever, am I right?) and that means I’ve had roughly 365 days to learn some valuable life lessons. And this year was a doozy when it came to growing up. I graduated high school, moved out of the house, and started university. My whole life changed pretty drastically. But it was not for naught, as I
I think just by glancing at the title of this post you can get a pretty good idea of what I am writing about. But in case you’re thicker than a thick thing, I’ll tell you. I found my Happy! After weeks of feeling absolutely lost within myself, I have returned to normal, happy-go-lucky, always up for adventure, gets enthusiastic over the little things Morgan. Yes, it’s Finals Week so I only want to stay in bed for seven days, but Happy is back! What I wanted to talk about toda
The inspiration behind this post came from a recent conversation with friends I am having about luring band boys into bed that has somehow turned into boys having bad smelling beds to whether drugs or food is a better way to a boy’s heart. Yeah, context. Conversations on beds, boys, and baked goods.
— Morgan Hegarty (@PotatoesHegarty) February 25, 2014 The Lord has blessed me with the most amazing best friends on the planet. I mean, you guys know everything about my bedrest b
This post is long overdue and is something I have been meaning to write for ages. It is basically my thank you note to you all, for all you’ve done for me. And since it is a thank you note, I’m going to write it that way. Because who doesn’t love receiving thank you notes? Dear Enthusiasts, 2 years, 11 months, and 14 days ago I decided to write my first blog post. It was basically a post saying I would be posting every week because of Post-a-Week 2011, but it was still a blog
The last few weeks have had me mulling over what is important in my life. There have been some rough patches, but I always get over them. Why? Because I have an amazing group of people who are there to support me. I had a bit of a…tough day at school and it was one of those moments where you just want to crawl in a hole. We all have them, don’t deny it. My best friend came up to me and saw how downtrodden I looked and asked what was wrong. I explained to her and she looked me
I’m starting my Senior year of high school in only a couple of short weeks. And while I know I have many more years to come, I want to make this one one of the best. But to make it a good year I need to focus on the positives of my life and drop all the dead, unsupportive weight. Do you remember when I told you I wrote a book a few years ago? Well, when I reread it, I found this part. There are two types of people in this world: nice people who want you to go far and mean peo
This is it folks, this is the end of my Junior year. I made it though my classes with more A’s than B’s, no grey hairs, and no psychological breaks. It’s amazing to me that I’ve made it this far. You all watched me this year as I experienced a handful of new things. I mean, attending my first high school dance, taking my SATs, those were pretty large events that you all were around to support me on. I don’t think I can ever express to all of you how much it means to come onto