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The village of mine, this sleepy, a bit drowsy place, where the sheep rule with crown and sceptre, suddenly wakes up on every Saturday morning. The reason is as simple as obvious, big SUV’s arrive from the towns, those who get off bang with the doors, as if we would need a wake-up call of those who want to experience the uniqueness of the countryside. 849 more words


Restful Reflections...

Sometimes one can just sit at the edge of the pond and while away a few minutes… staring at the patterns upon the water… visualising plans and ideas and hoping some good will come of it all! 20 more words


Every night

Every night one neighbor bends lowly over his desk. Heavy looks the desk, made of massive, brown wood. Oak, I would guess. But I do not know what the neighbor sees in front of him. 324 more words

What We See

Traveling the Backroads of Ireland - County Waterford, May, 2005

In May, 2005, I had time to wander around some of the Irish countryside I had not explored before.  I started out in Cork City and went northeast into the western part of County Waterford.  65 more words



The last few days have been wet, windy, miserable. The rain has found a way through into my bones. So much for spring. I went walk-about for a short while on Sunday and the only bit of colour to cheer you up (away from planted gardens) was the gorse. 35 more words


Google mapping Ireland

Today is St. Patrick’s day, a day that marks the death of an English boy that was kidnapped by the Irish, held as a slave for about 10 years, made his escape, and later returned to Ireland as he was prompted to do in a dream in order to share Christ with them. 302 more words


HAPPY ST.PATRICKS DAY HORRORFIENDS! Now as horror fans whenever it is a holiday we take it upon ourselves to usually watch a horror movie involving the holiday or anything related to the holiday, and for St. 304 more words

Hidden Horror