Two Fifty

Thursday, May 2, 2013

No, my blog title isn't some cryptic message, or a time to get high like Four Twenty, but a summary of this post -  which is a summary of my life. I pretty much used what is on my About Me page, because it is round about 250 words. This is me.

{PS: I know I'm a day late with the challenge}

 {to find out more about this pic, you'll have to read le blog next week}

Megan here. I was born and raised in Pretoria, South Africa, studied BA Communications at Potchefstroom and after completing my studies, moved to Johannesburg, where I work as a journalist (for a technical magazine) and found the love of my life, which I am marrying on October 12.

My surname is Wait, which a lot of people find the most amusing and amazing thing (like the other day when a Pick 'n Pay cashier started laughing robustly after reading my name from my cheque card.) To me, it's just another surname. Hence the name WaitingforMeg. It's a play on my name see.

I have been in Johannesburg for a couple of years now, and even though in my school and varsity years I swore to never live in this city, I fell in love in, and with, this place over the past two years. I don't think that I would move to any other city in South Africa, unless the love has to move someday, as a result of work. I am currently also figuring out what a girl is supposed to do in this life.

I would love to move overseas for two years and just experience another country. I would also love to own exotic animals, such as a pot-belly pig, a snake, a bearded dragon and a cow. Cows are exotic.

My likes are Thursday night quizzes at local pubs with my friends; any sort of water mass in the city, ie Emmarentia dam and Gillooly's farm; dogs, any type of dog except things that you can step on by mistake because they are so small and dogs who shake all the time (like those timid little Doberman pincher minis); candyfloss fragranced perfume; coffee; Top Gear - the Tv Show (I have the world's only crush on James May); popcorn; pizza; greek salad; swimming and waking up every day.

I can't do maths.

linking up here.


Mrs FF said...

Interesting! I also don't like "rat" like dogs, I'm too scared I'll step on them or that my big dogs will think it's there lucky day and I got them a live snack (LOL).

Exotic pets, that's scary.

And I can't wait to read the story behind the buggy ride :)

Caley-Jade Rosenberg said...

Nice to read all about you Meg - we did similar degrees and I suck at Maths!! x

Catriona Munnik said...

Great life story! I can't wait to hear why you're in a stroller! ;)

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