Have I mentioned we were in Ireland? (Insert the emoticon with the big dopey grin here!)
Of course, I’ve mentioned it. And clogged up the internet with photos to prove it!
I love that blogging is not only a way to communicate with you but a way to communicate with the future me, the me who has a tendency to forget the small, perfect moments of a day.
My blog acts, in part, to capture thoughts, emotions, and experiences, so I can come back and visit them, and myself, again. So, I’m going to do this one final post about our trip. It’s sort of a “best of the rest” of the trip, beyond Penn State, Yeats, weaving, and ancient sites.
We’ve been to this splendid country before and have done what we wanted to of the obligatory tourist attractions. That meant that, this time, we could walk on paths less traveled.
And we especially found ourselves on beaches. You have to love an island country, where you’re never far from the sea!
We found lots of moments of quiet beauty that slowed our steps and haunt us.
And we had chances to relish those moments that are quintessentially Irish.
Thanks for allowing me to share so much of this trip with you! Angela, from A Silver Voice of Ireland, gave me all kinds of input. Perhaps her best tip was about the creation of the Wild Atlantic Way, a new approach to seeing Ireland while staying near the coast all the way! We followed it for many miles.