Clare's Rock Hostel
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I hold on to nothing
yet my hands are full.
My hands, my head and
my heart are bulging,
with all that creates me,
makes me, defines me, completes me.
I am greater than a list of actions.
I am greater than a list of belongings.
I am my feelings, my connections,
... an Agriculture and heritage museum. It wasn't really what I was looking for but I thought why not take a look. I'm so glad that I did. The owners Liam and Maria, were just wonderful. Liam showed me around and told me all about his collections. Thats really what the museum was, a collection of old stuff, machinery, household good, bar equipment, lots of stuff. I sat down and had a coffee with them and chatted about lots of things, some of the history of ...
Today we had a lovely chilled out day. I slept in, did some washing, and enjoyed breakfast, whilst Alan was enjoying morning tea.
Catherine and I took a walk through the farm, cemeteries, and Main Street so I could capture my time here and take photos for Uncle John who was very keen to see what the place looked like in the year 2014.
Walking through the cemetery I saw gravestones with Patrick Britton and Angela Britton written ...
... was buried at Clonegam parish and having googled it a few months ago, found that it was on Curraghmore estate. Since then I've discovered that Cornelius lived on 31p on the estate and his son Charlie worked on Curraghmore as a carpenter. Curraghmore house was built around 1170 by the de la Poers (originally from Normandy, France) and is the home to the present Lord Waterford, the 8th Marquis of Waterford. The estate was ...
... journey so far and see multiple moments where something has actually taken my breath away, something has imbedded it's mark in my brain. I think of who I was before I left, and how much I cared about what other people thought, and how some people walked away at the smallest problems when I needed them most. I am grateful for everyone who hurt me, because I see a direct line between those moments and where I am today. If I was still at school in ...