Now that I have recovered from the travel and our internet service is
back up, I would like to thank all the wonderful ladies that we had the privilege to meet during our stay.
Many thanks to Karen without whom we might still be wandering the streets of Dublin trying to find our way around.
Thanks for watching out for us and taking us under your wing. It is
great to have had the pleasure to meet such a nice friend as yourself.
Colleen, it was great to meet you and the Mr. and I have forgiven you for confusing me with the clown in my siggy.
I enjoyed your and the Mr's company during my incarceration in the hotel and had a wonderful time visiting with you both.
Reb, thanks to you as well for keeping an eye on me in Dublin. I really enjoyed the craic and Guinness!
Thank you for your hospitality and it was a pleasure to get to meet
your parents and your lovely children. You are a very kind and gracious
friend and you have a heart as big as the Emerald Isle itself.
Loki, it was great to get to see you and I hope that someday we can come and
visit Wales and see the forest you speak of. Were it not for your
insistence, I would have missed seeing Urs in the flesh and my life
would be the poorer for it.
You are the finest pagan I know and I am sorry I ever used the "W" word in your presence.
Bridge, it was wonderful to get to meet you and it is easy to see why you are so
dear to everyone here. You have a great sense of humor and are a
pleasure to be around. Thank you so much for the chocolate, it is divine.
Last, but not least, I would like to thank Sidney for being such a great
friend to Ree and I on our travels together. It was a pleasure to meet
such a wonderful gal as yourself and we were truly blessed to get to
know you. You are a remarkable woman and I am honored to have got to
know you. (luggage that does not kill you, will make you stronger!
Our trip to Ireland was enriched by each one of you fine ladies and my only regret is that we couldn't stay longer.
I have tried to come up with an official M.A.I.D. report, but from the
number of men I saw in attendence at the concert, I can only conclude
that I have way more work ahead of me than I previously thought.
I do think I am going to have to market some sort of cheese deflecting
garment for any members who find themselves within 20 rows of the
It is a shame the Titty Tape shipment failed to make it through customs,
as I could have purchased a few bolts of cheesecloth from the proceeds.