Ireland

Before I met and married Shaun I used to travel.  Like, almost every weekend I was “on the road and I loved” it kind of travel.  I soaked up seeing the world in any way I could, I always felt like I could learn so much by seeing a world that was bigger than me. This trip to Ireland came at at the doorstep of some huge changes in my life.  I had gone to attend a wedding of a dear friend but was able to do some exploring along the way. I had strategically booked my flights so I could spend a day in New York before I landed in Ireland. I wandered the loud streets of New York, rode the subway, caught a broadway show and ate cheesecake at midnight.  Less than 24 hours later I stood in the middle of a very quiet, very peaceful Irish field of sheep.

And I took a deep breathe. When in my life had I ever been able to experience such extremes of the world we lived in?

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