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... dies, but the sun always sets on a day left behind. I've been avoiding looking at the time we have left lately. Not because I'm scared of it, but because if I did it would require me to have another look at the to do list.
The to do list did get one thing checked off today thanks to my husband. Without prompting or the dreaded "Honey to do list" being written, Jerry made sure his phone will be able to ...
... first taste of international travel, looking back, was an incredible leap of faith. A month, traveling through England, Scotland and Wales with my older sis back in the 1980's was actually pretty crazy. Terri, in her early 20's, and me being almost able to drive, both from a wee little town with zero experience set to travel abroad?! Crazy as those neon parachute pants from the 80's. All the details, back in the day, came from travel books, ...
... ring the bells. Allegedly, the levers are pressed with a fist, rather than with the fingers as on a piano or organ. There was a TV monitor near the base of the tower which showed the carillonneur at work. He struck most of the notes with his fist but occasionally used his fingers, and he could reach 2 or perhaps 3 notes simultaneously that way. The 3PM concert consisted of a Sonata, a Passacaglia, and a number of selections on a winter and holiday theme.
... untill I fly away over the Atlantic to the Emerald Green Isle. Packing is going well, I have my Euros and am getting copies of all my documentation ready. Have extra camera battries and memory cards and adapter plugs waiting to be used. Everything is going on schedule at work to get everything done for while I am gone. I am just about ready.
So now I am immersing myself with Irish culture. I bought the "Everything Irish" book. have sampled some Irish Cheese, pulled out my copy of "River Dance" and became a fan on the Facebook page.
Ahh so now the education begins..,
My first shocking discovery is that late May early June, Ireland has an average temperature between 45-55*F. Burrrrr!!!!! ...
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