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... have just the clothes on their back and no shoes. We can clutch to so many attachments. The image that I tried to keep at the forefront of my mind was from a Belgium priest I meet in Quebec City, be like an octopus, releasing one tentacle at a time and attach it to cross. Don't try to let go of everything at once or else you will swept away in the current. but as each tentacle attached to Christ it becomes ...
... but we came on back to the room so we could all SHOWER!!!!
As I'm sitting here writing this Phil mentioned he rubbed Molly Malone's boobs. I missed him doing that, thank God. I would have died. Weezy assures me that he's telling the truth; she saw him do it. I can't take the boy anywhere.
I've looked at the forecast for tomorrow and it is supposed to clear up. I'm keeping my fingers crossed. I'm tired of the rain ...
... highly doubt it. The show was wonderful! The
acting left something to be desired (it felt rushed in parts and the accents
were inconsistent) but the dancing was fantastic and I enjoyed the music more
than the music in the film version. There was a big band, not in a pit but on a
balcony over the stage. They added a bunch of other songs from the era. The
whole thing was a lot more glamourized than the film. It was very exciting and
the audience really loved it-I ...
After getting in early this morning i got up at 7.15am – there was lots to do today. I showered, dressed, then went downstairs for breakfast. After eating i went back to the room, got ready for the day, tidied up and the left the hostel.
I walked over the bridge over the river and walked along the river until i got to the famine ship museum. I had to wait a short while for the museum to open, so i did a quick wander around, then went ...
... that rocked Ireland from 1798 onward. Many famous revolutionaries met their end, or did time, in Kilmainham Gaol. A select few prisoners, like Simon Donolly and Ernie O'Mally, would escape. These two men ended up bribing the prisons Welsh guards, who were sympathetic to the Irish cause, and escaped through the back gate. Both men would end up back in prison in subsequent years, and the guards who helped them escape were captured and sentenced to hard labour. ...