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Granny Sue's News and Reviews · 1W ago

Gone Storytelling

I'm on the road again this week, so posting might not be so easy. When I can I will continue the Ireland posts--we're only halfway through!Have a good week, friends.Copyright Susanna Holstei...
Granny Sue's News and Reviews · 2W ago

Ireland, Day 4: In the Burren

On Thursday morning we said good-bye to Roundstone and the Twelve Bens and began our journ...
Granny Sue's News and Reviews · 2W ago

Ireland, Day 3: Across the Bogs

The road to the ferry took us across the peat bogs, and in the morning we were in such a h...
Granny Sue's News and Reviews · 2W ago

Ireland, Day 3: Inis Moirr

On Inis MoirrThe last time I was in Ireland my sister and I visited the smallest of the th...
Granny Sue's News and Reviews · 2W ago

Ireland, Day 2: Sligo to Roundstone, Part 2

We left Cong and continued south and west, through some beautiful, wild country across bog...
Granny Sue's News and Reviews · 2W ago

Ireland, Day 2: Sligo to Roundstone, Part 1

We stopped briefly in Inishcrone on the way south from Easkey. I was craving my first wate...
Granny Sue's News and Reviews · 2W ago

Harvest Moon

I said the next post would be our second day in Ireland, but the moon in the early hours t...
Granny Sue's News and Reviews · 2W ago

Ireland, Post 1

I'm back! And what a time we had. Now, where to start telling you about it?We started our ...
Granny Sue's News and Reviews · 4W ago

Housework, Visiting, Travel

Someone has to do it, right?It's been my life the past few days. Because I don't want to leave a dirty house--or more to the point, I don't want to come back to a dirty house. So I've been c...
Granny Sue's News and Reviews · 1M ago

First Autumn Morning

Day is creeping up from the horizon. I hear an acorn fall, tapping leaves and branches on it's way to the ground. Another follows, then another. In the air, the faint vinegary scent of overr...