Editor Bob’s Friend: Megan

Editor Bob's friend, Megan.

My “Voice of Reason” Megan manages to complete the puzzles for me. Anything from tax forms to relationships and dealing with women, she seems to have all the right answers. She gives me a view from a feminine perspective, a different angle. We may bark at each other every once in a while, but we respect each other’s sense of humor, too.

Having grown up together, we easily know how each other is going to react to every situation. She even completes my sentences sometimes! Megan is really creative visually.

She paints, does some journaling and scrapbooking, but mostly she likes reading up on my latest projects and critiquing them. She’s the most supportive and honest person I have ever known. She has great attention for detail and always catches my goofs with spelling!

Megan wants to be as creative when it comes to the kitchen as she is on canvas. So she experiments a lot with her cooking, and mostly not in a good way! She loves cooking and trying out all the new restaurants in town. She’s a better menu reader than a cook, and has a very adventurous palate.

How I Met Megan

Megan and I have been friends since we were in diapers, going to the same schools, and hanging out with the same group of friends. She’s the person I call at 3 am when I’m in a mess. There’s nothing like having a person completely understand where you came from and where you’re going.


  • Favorite Accessory: Locket from her mom that she got on her 16th birthday.
  • Favorite Drink: Chardonnay.
  • Life Ambition: Own and run her own restaurant chain.
  • Favorite Quote: “The statistics on sanity are that one out of every four Americans are suffering from some form of mental illness. Think of your three best friends. If they’re okay, then it’s you.” Rita Mae Brown