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WonderBroads wrap up dragon boat season with silver

The WonderBroads dragon boat team capped off the 2017 racing season with a silver medal at the recent Dublin Regatta in Ireland.

The team of local breast cancer survivors battled cold temperatures, heavy rain and wind at the Grand Canal Dock in September, posting a second-best time of one minute 9.62 seconds over 200 metres.

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Vegan Honeymoon on the Emerald Isle

Ireland is a special place for me.

Half of my husband’s family is Irish, he proposed to me there in 2015, and it was where we originally planned to marry. 3,283 more words

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Guinness in Dublin!

The story of Guinness….

Arthur Guinness started brewing ales in 1759 at the in Dublin. On December 31st, 1759, he signed a 9,000 year lease for the unused brewery. 249 more words


All the Dingle Ladies 

Now I’ve already potentially disappointed some of you by skipping some days. The operative word in the last post was hopefully. Well onto the next ones shall we! 387 more words


Last Week in Omaha and the First Days of Our Adventure

9 days before we flew out, my sister threw Robbie and me the sweetest send-off party made complete by all our best friends gathered in one space (including an *amazing* surprise visit from my best girl, Rachel, who flew in to see me from Ohio– you should have seen the look on my face when I saw her, not to mention the tears), backyard picnic tables topped with yellow flowers, home-grilled burgers, sentimental words and happy tears around a fire until late into the darkness, ending with worship together to our Jesus. 1,767 more words


Moving to Ireland: what's in my bag

Since I’ve got a couple of messages about suggestions on what to bring when moving to Ireland, I decided to just talk about the items that I brought with me. 1,529 more words

Taboo: A CSI Reilly Steel thriller by Casey ​Hill

What can I say about this book. It is by far one of my favourite books to read, and I hope I get the opportunity to read the remainder books of the series. 341 more words

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