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January 3, 2017 in Uncategorized - 2 Comments

I love the promise that comes with a fresh start at the beginning of a new year. I’m not someone that typically makes resolutions, but this year I’m making one to live life more fully.   My work week is spent…

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  • Dublin was amazing. I think I left a piece of my heart in Ireland. We were enjoying ourselves so much we didn’t stop to take many pictures. We explored the city, did a walking tour, spent time with old friends and made new ones, and went on a traditional Irish music pub crawl. It may sound cheesy but it truly was one of the highlights of our entire trip. If ever given the chance, do one. I was so sad to leave Ireland but I can’t wait to go back and explore the entire country.
  • We spent two days exploring Edinburgh. It’s a beautiful city with so much to see. We spent most of our time in the old part of the city walking the Royal Mile. We did a whiskey tour and saw an amazing collection at The Whiskey Experience. We also did a walking tour of the city, and saw where J.K. Rowling wrote Harry Potter. I also dragged David on a tour of the underground city and haunted graveyard - Greyfriars Kirk. The graveyard contains the famous haunted Black Mausoleum and headstones with many names familiar to fans of Harry Potter (Rowling allegedly got inspiration walking the graveyard). But most importantly, the graveyard is famous for Greyfriars Bobby, a loyal little dog that spent 14 years sitting by his owners grave. He’s has his own headstone now and people bring him sticks and dog toys. His statue outside the graveyard is the most photographed in Scotland.

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