Middle-Aged World Travelers, Cliffs of Moher-One Day Bus Tour, Chapter 3, Part 2

Good morning! I got a little too verbose the other day on my post about our one day bus tour to the Cliffs of Moher and the west coast of Ireland. I’ll try to do better today! After we left the Cliffs of Moher, we continued to follow the western coast of Ireland in aContinue reading “Middle-Aged World Travelers, Cliffs of Moher-One Day Bus Tour, Chapter 3, Part 2”

What Are Your Hands Doing?

I was reading Guideposts this morning and came across a quote so profound, I felt I had to share it and some other thoughts I have on the matter.  Here is the quote: “Our hands are really servants of our thoughts, so if you want to understand what you’re thinking, watch what your hands areContinue reading “What Are Your Hands Doing?”

Middle-Aged World Travelers, Chapter 3, Cliffs of Moher, One Day Bus Tour, Part 1

Tuesday, May 19, 2015, 6:50 AM We were told to meet our tour guide in the middle of Dublin at the Old Stone Church on Suffolk Street. When we arrived, we realized that there were several tours starting from there and heard a man shouting, “Cliffs of Doher Day Tour, follow me this way please!”Continue reading “Middle-Aged World Travelers, Chapter 3, Cliffs of Moher, One Day Bus Tour, Part 1”

Five Our Fathers and Eight Hail Marys

Originally posted on A Thing for Words:
Confessionals in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, by Georges Jansoone, via Wikipedia It was silly, the heart-pounding, sweaty-palmed anxiety of sitting there in the twilight of a near-empty church, waiting to whisper what a ten-year-old thought were grievous sins to a forty-year-old man hiding in a…