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Tag Archives: ireland

St. Patrick’s Day, and other tidbits

A few fun things to report today: first, to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day, I’ve written a round-up of my favorite […]

Bookiversary!

Today feels quite shiny and special. I don’t know that I’ve ever told this story on the blog, so here […]

#MoonIreland

I’m leaving for Ireland soon, and while I’m there you can keep up with me on Instagram. (I should have […]

Seven Days in Ireland

  Two nights in Galway with Ailbhe and Christian and Shelley and A&C’s ridiculously cute kiddos, down to Tipperary to […]

More Random Ireland

    The next few photos are from the graveyard in Tipperary where Seanan’s ancestors are buried. (I shivered just […]

Random Ireland

When I slack off on the blogging, all the interesting things start backing up! So I figure I’d better get […]

Vegan Ireland: the Everywhere Else Edition

Here’s my last post on dining out in Ireland, which makes me a bit sad—it was SUCH a lovely trip. […]

What the Heart Knows To-day

What the heart knows to-day the head will understand to-morrow. —James Stephens, The Crock of Gold   I’ve been on […]

A DIY Writing Retreat

  How to create your own weeklong writing retreat: 1.  Decide where you want to be. If you are anything […]

Irish Holy Wells, part 3

(Irish holy wells, part 1; part 2.)   This post is going to be almost all photographs. St. Culain’s Well […]

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