Saturday, March 22, 2008

Saturday Night

Our last day in Ireland has been another great one. We wanted to see the National Museum of Ireland since it was closed yesterday. We walked to it because Patrick said it wasn't very far! It wasn't far for him............. I think it was at least 5 miles away, but I walked it with him. Two blocks to him was six to seven to me!!! We just got to the hotel and have to take our car back. I just spoke with the family we were to have dinner with and we won't be able to make it because we just don't have time. We have to be at the airport very early tomorrow morning.

So we will be saying good-bye to Ireland for now. Thanks to everyone for reading the blog. I hope you have enjoyed it.

May the road rise to meet you.
May the wind always be at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face,

And rain fall soft upon your fields.
And until we meet again

May God hold you in the palm of his hand.


3 remarks:

Anonymous said...

Well of course I'm crying right now ~ no surprise there :) I just finished reading about all of your wonderful adventures and loved every second of it. What a touching way to end it with that beautiful prayer/poem. I know you and Patrick had so much fun together and now you will both need another week to recover. I can't wait to see you and hear even more of the details. Welcome home and Happy Easter.
Love & hugs,

Anonymous said...

Wow! What an incredible experience. Incredible photos and such a great account of your 2nd great trip to Ireland. You need to have a party to go over your travels in even more detail. Thanks for sharing the site with me. It has been fun reading it each day.

Susie of Arabia said...

Cheela, m'lassie!
I can't believe you're on your way home already. It flew by for me! You have some beautiful photos here on the blog and I would love to see more if you will be posting them online - please let me know if you do! I so enjoyed traveling through Ireland with you thru your blog. You did a great job sharing your experiences. Thanks! And what a wonderful way to remember this treasure of a trip than your online diary.