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Christmas Crafting in Ireland

Last Saturday I hosted some ladies from church for our monthly women's breakfast, thinking it would be fun to do a Christmas craft with...

Spring in Ireland and the Irish Calendar

daffodils are an amazing part of Spring in Ireland
It is spring in Ireland, or so they say; here we follow the Irish calendar... where SPRING is: February, March, and April; SUMMER: May, June, July; AUTUMN: August,...

Clean a Kettle in Ireland

Limescale is a problem in our area. Learning how to clean a kettle is the solution. We use water filters for our drinking water...

Our version of the Pallet Wall in Ireland

As I wrote in my last post, the ease of renting and finding a home in Ireland has been amazing, especially after having moved...

Ms. “P’s” Irish Scones Recipe

I don’t believe I know a single Irish woman who doesn’t know how to make a good cup of tea and a few scones...

Ordinary Laundry in Ireland

Ordinary Laundry Days in Ireland. Clothes on the line.
Rachel posted about Irish Laundromats so I thought I’d share about an ordinary day doing laundry in Ireland for those who are interested. My little...

Bathroom Light Switches in Ireland

Light switches are a funny thing in Ireland, at least to this former American construction worker/home builder. I’m used to walking into the bathroom,...

Renting in Ireland: the Benefits

One of the (many) benefits of living in Ireland is the ease of renting a home. In America, whether you are moving out of...

My Top 10 Irish Sayings…plus 8 extras

ahhh sure, she's a grand old country if you could only roof her.
Many say the Irish have the “gift of the gab,” though that may be just a generalization, I have found it true that many...

Blackberry Season in Ireland

‘Tis the season! Berry picking in Ireland. I ran out of my precious stock of last year’s frozen blackberries a little over a month ago and...

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Heather Cammack
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