Monthly Archives: March 2016

Time to Stitch a Wimple: Societies Day

Up until this point, nearly all of my friends were either other international students, or people of some sort of expat status; beyond Mary and the pastors at my church (which was made up largely of international persons), I had … Continue reading

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Bones and Bones

My main purpose in coming to this particular school (as mentioned previously) was to accomplish the part of my degree that I could not accomplish at my own university: study bones. This had been a predicament known to me (and … Continue reading

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Too Many Classes, So Little Time

Before I left for Ireland, my university made me map out what classes I was planning to take. That said, my advisor then advised me that I would probably have to choose entirely new classes when I got there, because … Continue reading

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Drinking Chocolate With Maggie

At this point, there were two things I was certain of. First, I was a convert to the way of drinking chocolate. The stuff is heavenly, and I fell in love with it my first day in the country. It … Continue reading

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Galway and the Aran Islands

After an uncomfortable night in Galway (for many reasons, none of which the city was responsible for), we headed out to the docks and boarded a ferry across to the Aran Islands. Our trip was fairly quiet, as I drew … Continue reading

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The Road to Galway

While Ann set off for a weekend of music, Cait and I met up with Tomas and the others to begin the long, winding ride up to Galway. As previously noted, I’m not much of a fan of buses, and … Continue reading

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