Month: June 2018

Ireland – Part Two

I cannot simply write a blog post about Ireland without mentioning a little bit of history, specifically the famine. I am currently reading a book about the truth about the famine and have realized just how horribly the Irish were treated, both before, during, and after the famine. Ireland was mainly Roman Catholic way back

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Ireland – Part One

I am under a spell. An Irish spell. For those of you who don’t know, on my Papa’s (grandfather) side, my family is from Ireland. Everyone in the family has some hardcore Irish features, both in looks and personality. I somewhat recently did the Ancestry DNA test and it came back as me being 29%

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Three Years of Marriage

June 13 is such a wonderful day. We got married that day at the Pima Air and Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona. That was back in 2015 so yes, today we are celebrating three years of marriage. Did I ever imagine back then that I would get married at 22 years old? Not really, but

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