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I have been thinking of ways to actually write about informative, mature things. I was getting rather ahead of myself thinking about all the wonderful ‘posts’ and ‘entries’ I could make. How I could influence hundreds to follow in my footsteps (not thousands you see, can’t be too presumptuous, ‘tis bad manners) and then I looked at my phone and back over some messages I was sending two ...
... living in castles, but I much preferred the castle's coach house and stables, which have been converted into the Kilkenny Design Craft Centre, containing shops and workshops for local craftspeople. I picked up a Celtic ring for myself and a little something to put in with a Christmas card to a friend this year. Despite their great selection, our hunt for the perfect Aran sweaters continues (and we took the short trip out of ...
... The only major stop we made along the way was to visit the ruins of a monastery in Glendalough founded in the 6th century by St. Kevin. It was a quiet little spot, rich with history, and just a tad haunting.
If today is any indication, Oliver likes driving through Ireland. He slept most of the time, and when he was awake we passed the time singing songs and playing. I reflected today that it would likely be very difficult to entertain a baby if you have ...
... delightful cod, and I chose the lamb, being in Ireland and all. Our meal came with potatoes cooked four different ways-all delicious. We've been spending our time in the library, taking after dinner tea and enjoying the fire. The Irish wolfhound, Mr. Higgins, mixes gently with the guests. Luckily, he's not overweight, otherwise he could easily knock Kim over, since he comes up to her hips. Tomorrow we are off to the Dingle peninsula to search for the elusive berry ...
... too, then get a text from my old housemate that says he’s having people over at his parent’s place in Tralee, and they would like to see me one last time before I leave. How could I say no to that, to paying a visit to the home of the family that so generously let me join them in their Christmas escapades? Of course I choose that option, turning down the All-Ireland for good. But yes! A festival is taking place down there, anyways, so ...
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