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Ireland: Part 2

On our second day in Dublin, we were going to visit a plethora of museums. We accidentally overslept and missed breakfast at the hotel so we ended up at a tea shop called Queen of Tarts. 819 more words


Lost and Found

Mariah had a feeling he was on his way home because the crow in the tree above her was talking non-stop. Uisneach appeared soon thereafter but he did not bring back her quilt, the one he sailed away on at the beginning of his journey. 1,229 more words

Pt 04 - Leprechauns, Leaks & L.A. Burgers

Monday, March 11th – Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

It was a rainy drive out of Birmingham the next morning. We made a brief pit stop at Montgomery, AL right as the rain stopped, and checked out the Riverfront. 886 more words


Writing Prompt #3

The leprechauns laughed at Mother Nature’s failed attempts to ruin their party. They had turned the tables and transformed her wrath into something so beautiful that even the Mother herself wept with joy.


Leprechaun and the Key

She, Mariah, knew that he, Uisneach, had a plan but as usual she did not know the time or the hour. She was out at the line folding the bedclothes when he came by. 973 more words

Day 2 in Dublin: the Leprechaun Museum, the Natural History Museum, Riverdance and Irish food

Dublin feels like an old friend I haven’t met in a while. I’ve changed, but my old friend is same old same old. Days in Dublin start late and finish late. 589 more words

The Traveller's Diary

Gabe's World: Year Four

When I started this blog back in January, I didn’t know where it would lead me. I knew I had a bunch of stuff in my head that needed to be exorcised, so the site has been very cathartic in that sense. 1,216 more words

Much Ado About Nothing