My Homeland

4 thoughts on “My Homeland”

  1. That monastery sounds way rad. I am imagining living 1500 years ago and deciding to build a structure out of stone. Building one is definitely on my list of To-Do.

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  2. Hello Brittany,I am so glad to hear that you made it to Ireland. Reading your post inspired me to open up Google maps and trace the bike trip I took around Ireland almost 13 years ago. There’s nothing quite like drinking a pint of Guinness in an Irish pub.happy trails to you.xxJennifer

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  3. Hi Brit I am here with Judy and Lydia. I just showed them your Blog. “I’m really JEALOUS you got to Ireland before me!”–Aunt LydiaJudy says “Glad you are having this great experience. Your Grandpa and I will see you in 3 weeks for you-know-what. LOVE Vir. Judy and Lydia.

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