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... blended environment.
We stop for our picnic lunch at O'Dea Castle, a square tower house restored by a descendant of the Clan O'Dea that once ruled this land. As we exit the car, a white lab immediately comes to greet us. Julian is in heaven! We set up our picnic at the table and the dog follows, staying with us the whole time and nudging the boys for attention. The boys can't get enough of this sweet pup! We all miss our doggies back home.
The castle is ...
... older kids. Julian, with her help pours the hot metal into the mould and taps the sides. Kaeleb needs no assistance and carefully pours the hot metal into his mould. We wait a few minutes and then the boys open their mould and out come their soldiers. The boys set to work brushing the soldier before she takes them to be primed. The boys set themselves up in the workshop to paint their soldiers.
They are quiet, concentrating intently on ...
... the Frisky Whiskey Bar. We sit in a booth just as the musicians begin. The food is traditional Irish fare, similar to England, but tastier. The musicians are lively and bounce around the bar, dancing and playing boisterously, inciting rhythm clapping from the tables. It's a lively, entertaining evening and we all have a fabulous time. The music ends too soon for us, but it's getting late and we have a 30 minute drive home. Julian falls asleep on the ride home. ...
... What I did was sort the last three months receipts: for July, August and September.
I also helped Iona sort the ins and outs for the buisness (Cambium) out the
items to add to excel. Based on the "ins" and "outs" for the month.
Later, I started to learn how to cook. By cutting and picking bazil from the garden. I learned tips to cut an onion safely and use the stove safely. Helped prepare a Barrito.
Other then that not much.
... by people around the world and I asked if they could play it… and of course they could. It was fun and memorable to sit up on stage beside the young woman and sing with the band and the locals were very encouraging.
Every song the band played was beautiful and compelling and a number of others also got up there to sing something serious or a bit cheeky. Finally their set was done and after pictures with the band we went with a couple ...