Thursday, April 16, 2009

Megan

Tonight my daughter Meg was inducted into UCA's Gamma Chapter of the Alpha Chi National Collegiate Honor Society. Alpha Chi is one of only three national, general scholastic honor societies. This is a very high academic honor! Only the top 10% of the junior & senior classes are eligible to join.



She is already a member of the National Collegiate Honor Society. Having an honor society listed on your resume provides a tangible sign of your academic success.




Meg will be graduating Spring 2010 with a double major in Spanish and Creative Writing and a minor in Linguistics. Her last semester(January - June 2010) she will be going to Leon, Spain to study Spanish. In December of 2010 she is going to teach English in Chile for a year.


John & I are so very proud of her and all her accomplishments! Tonight was a night we'll never forget. It was full of happiness and joy and pride!


We love you, Meg!

19 comments:

Joy said...

I know you heart is just bursting with pride. She's worked hard and has such a bright and awesome future ahead of her. Tell her congratulations and the blogger friends are cheering her on.

Joy

Aubrey said...

Absolutely an amazing young lady! Such an accomplishment!
I can understand why you are bursting at the seams with pride!

Congrats Megan!

Becky said...

Way to go Meg! You have got your Mama so proud:)

April said...

I can only imagine just how proud you and John must be of Meg's accomplishments! Her hard work and determination have definitely paid off! That is such fantastic news! Please give her my heartfelt congratulations on a job well done! There is no doubt that she's destined for greatness!

Sandy Toes said...

congratulations...wow what an accomplishment.
sandy toe

Life with Kaishon said...

This is so wonderful! She is beautiful! I still don't think you look old enough to be her Mom : ). I love that she is going to teach Spanish in Chile! It will surely change her life!

Heather said...

What an amazing accomplishment! I'm sure you are filled to overflowing with pride.

But Chile, for a whole year? Oh, my heart aches thinking about you not seeing her. I know, I know, it's a great experience and all that, but, jeez...

My kids are not allowed to travel over 10 miles away from me, ever.

Okay, I'm kidding. Kind of. Obviously, I've got separation issues. Good thing I've got time before that happens. I'll watch you and see how you cope, 'kay?

JamieH said...

Congrats to Meg! Have a great weekend!

Jenny and the Princess Peonies said...

How absolutely fantastic! What an achievement. Congratulations Meg and to You and John for raising such great children.

Boy are you going to miss her when she is gone!

Rene said...

Congrats Meg!!! I congrat you in Spanish but I'm only able to cuss, tell someone I love them, and ask where the bathroom is. All very good abilities to be sure!! ;-)

Melody said...

Congratulations, Meg (& mama & papa!)!! What an honor! Those goals are lofty ones. What fun she'll have accomplishing them!

Meg said...

Thank you for this post momma! I owe all of my success to the love and support you and dad have always shown me. Voy a escribirles todos los días mientras estoy en España y Chile. ¡Echaré de menos a mi familia!

Betty said...

Congratulations!! I know you must be so proud as you should be! And the traveling she´ll be doing. Sounds exciting!

Rachael said...

Good job raising an amazing woman!

Buzzings of a Queen Bee! said...

So much to be proud of! That is such an accomplishment!
Carrie

Mrsbear said...

What a wonderful accomplishment, that's certainly some brag worthy blog worthy news. Congrats to her and her terrific parents as well.

Susie said...

Congratulations! What a great accomplishment! I know the proud parents are beaming from ear to ear:-)

American in Norway said...

I know you are proud! & what an exciting time for her! I hope you are saving your money so you can go & visit her in Spain... how fun would that be?!

Yaya said...

Wow that's awesome!!!!!