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... bar with even more live music and continued on! All the while our new American friends continued to keep our drinks filled; heroes! I think I finally won Grandma over as she wanted to buy me a drink (raunchy)! We were all smashed, and singing and dancing and loving it! All too soon the lights came on and they started booting us out, which suited me perfectly because I know I was more than ready to go home! We said our goodbyes, knowing we wouldn't get a chance to catch ...
... me up at 9:30 and we took off for the airport as the rest of the group arrived, minus one suitcase.
After we all piled into the private mini bus we headed out for Belfast. Belfast happens to be in Northern Ireland, which is a part of the United Kingdom still. We toured the Titanic exhibit, at Belfast was the place where the Titanic was build and embarked on its fateful voyage. It was craxy to see how all of ...
... could feel the silence at half past eleven ...
'Hyndford Street, Abetta Parade
Orangefield, St. Donard's Church
Sunday six-bells, and in between the silence there was conversation
And laughter, and music and singing, and shivers up the back of the neck' ('On Hyndford Street')
2 Beechie River
'On long summer nights
As the wireless played Radio Luxembourg
And the voices whispered across Beechie River
In the quietness ...
... I haven't even returned home yet, and I am already planning out my next adventure.
I have written this blog entry as a way to remind myself in years to come about the importance of taking control of my own life. I also hope that to whoever stumbles across my rambling blog posts filled with cliches and life lessons like this one - to take away this..
There is a difference between existing, and LIVING.
... including Johannesburg, the capital of South Africa (where I’ll be… in 2 days). I had never really thought about how families function differently abroad, so it was a great thinking piece for me. Also, got to try pizza with sweet corn on it, one of my bucket list items for Northern Ireland. Let me tell you, the Irish love their sweet corn. I’ve had it in tuna, sandwiches, salads, etc. and I am not complaining. That ...