Ballyglass Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my past.
But I am also my future and my present.
For it is I who decides
who I am, how I react,
and to whom and what I attach myself.
I am love, I am light,
I am laughter, I am alive.
I am restless, I am searching,
I have a hunger, and I choose life.
... that made my trip ever so worthwhile, it would be all that music. So enriching, so vivid, so alive. (Let’s be honest here, I really can’t extract just one component of my stay in Ireland, now can I? Though for the sake of this argument, just hear me out). I entered the country to learn about music, and I emerged much the wiser. Someone stateside asked me, "Was Ireland as wonderful as you hoped it would be?" and my truthful answer, “More.”
... drinks. There was also a quaint gift shop where my niece immediately noticed the novelty item named "Plastipoo" she placed it in her hand and loudly and with great delight yelled out “LOOK!! FAKE POO!!” to which mom and I began howling with laughter, heading briskly out the door and across the street to the waiting bus.
We next headed to the National Stud farm where we learned ...
... longest day of the year outside… so I did. With a coat on and under a canopy. One of my housemates came home and asked, "What on earth are you doing?" and commented on how Ireland is possibly the toughest place to live. We speculated the possibility of a light-colored sky behind those low gray clouds, so I stayed out there under sheer principle.
So today I took advantage of the sun. I ran in the morning (did you hear that? I’m ...
... Irish people aren't afraid of talking, I asked another student there who was admiring a burnt out car. He said this was Driver's Awareness week. Naturally, it happens before Rag Week, which we will get into, later. Then of course the conversation continued, comparing Rag Week to Spring Break and so on in typical Irish form.
As much as I would like to continue sharing all things Irish with you, I am looking at the clock and noticing how late it is. Bed time for Carrie.