Category Archives: Dublin

Festival Season – Electric Picnic

For the festival I helped Jane build shadow box houses… …as well as putting up the windmills and building A LOT of pinwheels (which everyone called windmills). Fun fact: all windmills turn anti-clockwise except for the ones in Ireland. Except for the ones … Continue reading

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Festival Season – Body & Soul

I am now reaching so far into the past that these pictures even pre-date the French cycling trip, but at the very least I’m being thorough. BODY & SOUL – http://bodyandsoul.ie/ Basically I wanted to go to the festival but I … Continue reading

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Life on the Farm

Photos for now, words later. Neighbors: Interior Shots (for Conor): Toilet: Path: Outdoor Garden: Chicken Playground: Greenhouse: Babies: Corn Babies: Ollie in the Olive Tree:    

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Neither ‘potting’ nor ‘pottering’ are the correct words in this circumstance

Alison inherited a pottery wheel from our good friend Erin recently, so myself, Jane & Alison took it for a trial run. If you could even call it that, because I think we’ve all used a pottery wheel about 3 … Continue reading

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Somebody told me that February is actually the first day of spring and I wish I could believe them

…because it is cold and rainy! Ah well. I’m sure there are some perks of being able to see through translucently pale skin. Not to much to report on otherwise. My house has become the refuge of choice for cold … Continue reading

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Christmas with the Careys

Honestly, this holiday season was somewhat marred by this strange and terrible flu I was struck by that made everything about being alive suck. A lot. Chills, coughing, vomiting, fever sweats, cold sweats…the works. For a few days my world … Continue reading

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Graduation!

Really I finished school in August when I turned in my thesis, though actually I finished classes in April. Which might explain why I completely failed to book my robe or tell anyone or even ask for time off from … Continue reading

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