Tag: Ireland

A Lone Star State of Mind

I’d written about the Greek and Roman gods before, so I thought while I was in Ireland I would focus on the myths of my Irish ancestors. And yet all I seem to want to write about since I got here in September is where I come from: Texas.

The Big Move (Texas to Ireland)

Well. It’s finally happening. As of this coming Friday (August 23, 2019), I will be leaving the USA to start a master’s degree in creative writing at University College Cork in Cork, Ireland.

Discovering Ancient Ireland: Newgrange

The mystery of its creation is not what drew me to Newgrange, but it is what keeps me aching to return.

How to Survive a Family Vacation When You’re the Designated Tour Guide

(AKA: How not to kill your family in a foreign country)

How to follow my Adventures in Ireland

Hello internet friends and strangers. It’s been a bit quiet lately on my front. That’s because I’m currently in Ireland! And have been since June 9th. So far I’ve pal’d around Dublin, Tara, Bailieborough before making my way down to Cork. So, if you’d…