Daffodils delight in Dublin Castle

“Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to his life? Since you cannot do this very little thing, why do you worry about the rest?” Luke 12:25-26 I like that I can walk, cycle or take the Luas into Dublin city center from my neighborhood. I like having LOTS of choices. It’s a product of growing up in a socially deprived area … Continue reading Daffodils delight in Dublin Castle

RN HMS Saldanha in Donegal

Over centuries and millennia the crashing Atlantic Ocean has carved a unique coastline along Ireland’s western seaboard. I’ve been fortunate to experience living on the northeastern seaboard for the past four months. This week I ventured westward to  what’s fondly called ‘Ireland at its best’ or ‘pure Donegal.’  County Donegal has 800 miles of beaches and one third of the beaches in the Republic of … Continue reading RN HMS Saldanha in Donegal