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... watch Nicole Kidman bounce into her big freaking bed in "Residence" bloody class again I'll scream!!! .... 2.25am in Abu Dhabi taxiing out on Tarmac to leave then stopped... 2 hours later (yes 2!!!) we are still sitting on board as they decide to remove the passenger who has been throwing up non stop!!!!. Charming! Arrive in Dublin- airport wifi not strong enough to contact Dean.... Mother in a panic ( and I'm 2 hrs late). My inability to ...
... struck, super awkward, voice cracked I think, surprised the photo came out since my hands were shaking so much. I loved growing up watching The Office, oh, and I gave him some Easter chocolate my aunt mary gave me, Sorry mary! Still got plenty left!, as a gift for making me laugh half my life and practically raising me. I gave BJ Novak my chocolate. That's what she said
Thank you all for your love and support and for making my ireland journey happen. Sending you All My Love
... and its all grand. Its been great!
An even crazier day at the clinic! Sitting in on more treatment sessions, and its interesting to see the interdisciplinary aspect of this place! You don’t see this anywhere else! At the end of Aoife’s session Paul, the acupuncturist, came in and did some Eastern therapy he’s an expert in and it just was brilliant. There was also our 1st In Service Training, each week a different ...
... actually brought a tear to my eye with how sour it was. lol But the best part was trying to drink enough water to wash it all down with, since they only offer it in realllllly tiny glasses. We had about 10 total.
Now let's see if regret breakfast in a few hours while we're walking around Dublin. lol
... Then you get your Guinness sample and enter a final room that is decorated in dark mahogany with portraits of Arthur Guinness, a very lush room where you are taught by the Guinness factory Oompa Loompa worker how to properly drink a Guinness. It's all a bit over the top, but still so well done. I was taught how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness, and got to drink it too. Oh, and the Guinness and steak stew with Guinness bread. Delicious. Countryside Ireland was ...