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... this should be her time. But no, alas she must be the matriarch. She must proceed, head on, lead the way. For no-one else is willing to take over her reign.
She sits cross armed and waits, always waiting. The youngest generation demanding her attention, demanding her time. Time, she has to give, there is always time. But unfortunately there is little else. She feels betrayed, deserted, abandoned. Now should be ...
... for a holiday
visit. I am missing my kids/grandkids an awful lot.
On the Hill of Tara, there is a very phallic rock, called the Stone of Destiny, which acted similarly to King Arthur's Stone. I am struck by the bold representation of both the masculine energy of the Stone, and the feminine, so clearly felt in the mysterious passage tombs.
Meanwhile, as I sat in the café near Newgrange, I realized
the following day would mark 4 months of solo travel. ...
... the city to meet up with friends Paul and Elaine. Dublin is just the same which is
nice for us and it seems that the economy has improved with a lot fewer 'to let' signs. Grafton Street was packed as it is rain or shine and Trinity College green was shoulder to shoulder.
... says Leon on the back. So he has been adopted into the family! After renting the car and figuring out how to drive, we made our way to the B&B, dropped off our stuff and headed to town for dinner/lunch! We had a wonderful meal followed by a stroll around Malahide's coast and castle. Then back to bed after a long strenuous day! - ...
This morning, I left my bag with the staff, found a hostel (literally around the corner) and checked in, for more than I wanted to pay, but worth it. It's funny how priorities change instantly. Last week when I was looking for a hostel, I wanted the cheapest bed in the cheapest hostel. My priority was money. Today I wanted a not overcrowded room in a safe and secure hostel. My priority is security. And ...