Carrigaline Court Hotel and Leisure Center
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... up and even my perception of my apartment changed. It seemed to no longer have the glow and shine it once did. It now had an adult feel to it. It stopped looking like the shinny new apartment to the home that was my first official step toward adulthood. Its strange to try and explain these feelings in words. But not being at home for the holidays and have traditions change, so did my perception of myself. I was feeling myself growing.
Patrick and his family made a huge ...
... was a wonderful day together for sure. :D
I cant help but wonder how different my life would have been if I had never come to Cork back in my second year of college. My thoughts wonder to this as I write. Where would I be, who would I be with and what would I be doing. But before those ideas get to detailed I snap back to the wonderful reality that I live in. Money is tight but that is due to start up cost and the reality of life reminding me what it means to ...
... can eat at our leisure. A word here about animals. Veronica has a soft heart when it comes to animals, she has three cats of her own. Her sister's dog, Sparky, comes down to visit as well. Sparky is getting on in years, so he doesn't really move all that fast. Sparky has taken immediately to Guenther. There is also another cat named Silvester who is from another house up the way, but has adopted us for our time here. Poor Veronica is trying her best to get rid of Sparky and Silvester ...
... many tears of joy shed. From the perfect rainbows, to the leprechauns, to the sheep, to the cows, to the rolling hills of green grass, to the Guinness, to the Barry's tea, to the brown bread, to the trad music, to the pubs, to the great criac, to the grand Irish accents, and everything in between, I will truly miss this country. Its not a goodbye, its an I'll see you later. As the Irish say....sláinte! (Cheers!)
... weather was beautiful for most of the day at least, which is the norm around here. I think the Irish feel cheated if they get a full day without sprinkles for at least part of it. And it was really fun to explore more of Cork County. I loved the village feel of both Kinsale and Cobh and especially loved the pastoral and wharf settings along the way. I really felt like I got to experience more of the "REAL" Irish feel of the country.
Miss you all tons and I'll post again soon. XO