Dia Duit! — mayo
So this is my first time spending the holidays away from my little home in the West of Ireland. I really enjoyed Christmas here - of course, I missed my family - but I absolutely loved seeing how Christmas is celebrated in the US and enjoying it with my new friends. However, I can already tell that I will miss New Year’s Eve at home quite a lot! Don’t get me wrong, it’ll be fun here too but New Year’s in Ireland is really special - or perhaps more specifically, New Year’s in Castlebar, Co.Mayo. When I’m at home, New...
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Well! How’s she cutting? (Greetings, friend. How are you?) Well I’ve finally arrived stateside, thousands of miles from my lovely little town of Castlebar, Co.Mayo; a place where the sheep to human ratio is about 50:1. Although moving across the world was a bit scary, I was lucky to have found a small patch of Ireland here, in South Haven, Michigan. I recently graduated from Maynooth University, Co. Kildare with a BA in English Lit. & German and now I'm here, at BiddyMurphy.com as their new Digital Marketing Intern. Here in the office, I’m surrounded by a plethora of products...
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