Started this discussion. Last reply by p. b. smith Apr 12, 2007.
Posted on September 10, 2008 at 10:26pm
The KINDLE Revolution
By Pat Mullan
Kindle: to set alight or start to burn; to arouse or be aroused; to make or become bright - from Old Norse Kynda, influenced by Old Norse Kyndill (Candle).
It’s winter time here in Connemara, time to be indoors with a good book, time to gather around the fire these evenings and watch the flames from the wood kindling ignite the turf and fill our…Continue
Posted on December 24, 2007 at 2:54am
IRELAND - Clifden Arts Week 2007 Clifden Arts Week 2007 20-30 September -
Celebrating 30 Years of Clifden Community Arts Week 1977 - 2007
If you're in Ireland this month you will NOT want to miss Arts Week in Clifden. Go to the website and take a look; you won't want to miss: Christy Moore, the Dubliners, Altan, Mary O'Malley, Desmond Hogan, ..Argentinian poets Gerardo Gambolini and Jorge Fondebrider, Carol Anne Duffy, Tony Curtis, Shaun Griffin from Nevada, Michael…Continue
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Hope you are enjoying a wonderful weekend. Just wanted to stop by and say thanks once more for being Pat Mulan.
Love the BBC and of course the Sweeney names comes from my husband, but I'm a Hart and have plenty of Irish on my own. In fact my brand new granddaughter arrived with red hair, surprising the hell out of my son and his wife. Didn't surprise me at all!!
Le gach dea-ghui i gcomhair na Nollag is na h-athbhliana
(with all good wishes for Christmas and the New Year)
I love Ireland and the Irish. Visited there some years ago. I hope the booming economy hasn't spoiled it.
Do you know Warren Murphy, the Destroyer series author? You should. You even look a bit like him. (Sorry to make the post so long, can you tell I'm part Irish?)
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