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... me. I am not completely sure what it is, perhaps my job experience has tainted the city for me somehow. (Check out more on the crazy job experience I've had that has revealed new bad habits and tendencies that I need to expunge in myself - blog to come; Coming Soon: 'Habits from my Mother: 'Work-a-holic Much?' If you want to know how being a work-a-holic can choke a marriage, friendship, and potential happiness in any relationship).
Now that J. has found ...
So remember how my friend Shannen had the Luck of the Irish on her side? I'm not sure we could have been any luckier than this....
As we headed down Shannen looked in the distance and told me "I think that might be my dad" (just to recap we were trying to look for her dad and his golfing group with no means of contacting them the entire weekend). As the Irish luck would have it, it WAS her dad! It made our trips to the Cliffs of Moher that much more special to ...
... Judy says. Now, that’s a homebody after my own heart. Hitting the road at every opportunity.
And to all the others I extend my best wishes and thanks for commenting (and for those I’ve left out, my sincere apologies: I can’t get to my extended email in the airport lobby at the moment).
Those include Karen Embanato, Don Molino, Monica Haynes, Gee Gee Hargon, Mary Helen Heroman, Markay Brown, Ben Franklin and Jim Stephen Michaud.
First period. Brutal cramps. Nice lit professor. Talked too much already, showed a picture of Pete, need to be MUCH more careful. Things are terrifying. Booked flights to Venice, Paris, and back to Dublin. About 220 dollars total. Very cool. But terrifying. Praying that nothing goes wrong. ...
... s suggestion and headed for Donegan's. We did drive past it 4 times before we saw it. In all honesty "Donegan's" was not on the front of the building. Had a wonderful dinner and our first Irish desserts. Yum. Afterwards we visited the Monasterboice ruins and cemetery. July 7 - First trip to Dublin After a little research we decided to take 2 buses to Dublin rather than drive. No problem for us. Our motto is 'ask and observe'. Works very well. People here are so kind ...