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... pain meds this morning instead of once the pain becomes unbearable. last night was emotional--but i'll write more about that later. for now, im off on an adventure and i couldn't be happier! love to you all, hugs to you all, may you all be happy and full of ...
... on a soft auld day (Irish for cloudy and misty but not rainy). We shopped in some lovely boutiques where Mom bought a gorgeous fall coat. She will be the talk of the town back home! Since my suitcase was full to begin with, I opted not to buy anything, even though they had the cutest dresses! I felt a little sorry for the Irish women though. Their sleeveless summer dresses had to be worn with leggings and a long-sleeved shirt underneath because ...
... except for the toll gate that we didn't expect so I had to climb over a few barriers to get to the booth that could give us some change. We arrived at our lovely BnB at Thurles as recommended by mum and dad to find a beautiful corner suite overlooking the old castle in the back yard. Had a bit of time so went to Holy Cross Abbey. Was meant to be easy, just a couple of villages across but got a little lost and had to use the GPS which took us on the scenic route down a one ...
... until 5.30am, just as the sun was greeting them! See what I mean about stamina!I must admit straight up that neither Ant or I have the stamina of any of Orlaith or Davey's families - you really need to train to develop the resilience necessary for celebrating with Irish folk. They were so welcoming, inclusive, generous, warm even though they had only just met us - that we almost felt bad for not keeping up!We visited ...
... s Stone circle. We have to climb a wall to get to the stones…you cannot see them from the road, but it is signposted - so we followed the signs, through a muddy spot, up a little hill, and there, amongst a small herd of sheep, they stand on the hills of Wicklow.This late Bronze Age (1400-500 BCE) monument consists of 14 granite stones, in a rough ...