As a child I was known as the 4-M Girl. “Miss Messy Megan Myself.” I’d like to think this predicated my creativity rather than just reflecting a rather self-centered and slovenly early existence, so that’s what we’re going to go with. Growing up I liked to draw, to paint, to glue the daylights out of anything that moved, and I even occasionally enjoyed playing the piano despite the constant reminders to practice. I think all of these activities (messy and otherwise) contributed to my early interest in architecture . . . or it could have been my dad explaining plans and elevations to me in 4th grade (He’s an engineer. I’ve since forgiven him, so you should too).
And as for the pez dispenser, I don’t know much about Phineas except that he is smart but also likes to have fun. As that last bit obviously does not apply to me, I think we should probably just go with the fact that we were obviously split at birth!