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Share Your World ~ 2015 week 15

In response to Cee’s invitation to Share Your World


Regarding your fridge, is it organized or a mess inside?

Seeing as I’m currently living at my parents, it’s their fridge and it’s mostly organized.

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MyLovingWife's World

St. Patrick: The Man, the Myth & the Merchandise: A critical commentary on the modern Irish brand

On March 17th every year the people of Ireland and the members of its diaspora around the world celebrate the life of the man that many believe brought Christianity to Ireland, St. 692 more words

Commentary

Reflecting on St Brigid's Cross

Over the lintels of many Irish houses you may notice the innocuous presence of a St Brigid’s Cross (Bogha Bríde ), a small cross usually woven from rushes. 745 more words

Celtic

Queen Maeve's Cairn

There is a massive cairn atop Knocknarea, above Sligo in the North-West of Ireland,  which is roughly 55 meters in diameter by 10 meters high. According to legend, it was built for Queen Maeve, whose father, the high king of Ireland, gave her Connacht as a gift (during a somewhat mythical Iron Age) . 198 more words

Celtic

APD2 - Assignment 3 | The Decisive Moment

The decisive moment is the ideal moment to capture, to stop time and freeze in time that instant on a photograph.  For this assignment, I could produce pictures from an event or from the street,  I’ve chosen to go to St-Patrick’s parade.

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Life is what you make of it so write about it

A friend and regular reader asked last month for some help in setting up a blog.

“I look at yours and I love it,” said my friend, a magna cum laude graduate of St. 552 more words

Muscatine

Stacey Avondale

Stacey Avondale
Contact: Your Mom

Summary

-Played multiple imaginary creatures for various venues
-Researched the mythology of famous characters
-Become something of obsessed with cultural symbols… 321 more words

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