And just like that, I’m back from Ireland. To say this trip was life changing would be a severe understatement, but my mind is still a jumble of emotions so that will have to do. I am struggling with some intense post vacation blues, but I look forward to the blog posts to come in regards to my trip. This trip stripped my soul and rebuilt it in ways I cannot explain, and I am forever thankful.
The lifestyle in Ireland is something I will continue to chase – the slow moving days, the treatment of animals, the quality of food, the friendliness of the people. And the green. OH the green. The next handful of posts will break down my trip by locations and highlights, so if this is not your preferred read then I suggest you check back with my blog in a few weeks.
Cheers to the next few weeks of recap.
45 thoughts on “What’s to Come”
Just this little snippet makes your trip sound so magical….. so glad you came home with a full, happy heart my friend ❤ xoxo
Can’t wait to read all the things.
Yahoooo! Reliving it is the best.
I loved Ireland that much, too! Let’s move there. I’ll get Todd to find a job to support us there and you can be our chef. And we can start a little business and visit castles all the time.
I’m not even kidding…I’ve been searching how to live there (working legally, you know the important stuff ha) since I’ve been home. We could run a B&B. I’d need help cooking the meat. Lolol. Ugh I can’t wait I go back.
A B&B!!! Perfect!
On my to do list is to obtain Irish citizenship. If you have a grandparent from Ireland you can do this.
OMG, really? My grandpa is indeed from Ireland. I must look into this.
I stand corrected, it’s my great grandparents that are from Ireland. Does that count? Ha.
I just checked. Looks like you are out of luck. I think, however, that my father was an Irish citizen but never knew it.
Bummers all around!
Well you could always marry into it, I suppose.
Fingers crossed. 😂
Looking forward to experiencing Ireland through your eyes and words! Followed on Instagram and want more!
Thank you 🙏🏻🙏🏻
Awesome and can’t wait. I’m sure you had an amazing time
It was life changing. ❤
Those are the best adventures as they forever stick with us. I’m glad you got to experience this.
Thank you friend, me too. 🙃
I can’t wait! I was reliving my trip to Dublin and Northern Ireland through your IG pics. It’s a very special place. All I know is the Guinness and Chocolate both tasted so much better than it does here, and for that reason alone (plus 100000 more) we are going back some day!
EVERYTHING tastes better. 😂
I look forward to reading about your trip and feeling oh so jealous.
Thank you. 🙏🏻
You are very welcome. Also, I should add, that I know what it is like to come off the traveler’s high.
And don’t worry, another trip will happen…..soon.
Already planning the next one. 😎
Please take me 🛩
Let’s go! 🙃
WELCOME HOME! I watched a video about running in Ireland and it looks beautiful. I’m glad you had a great time 🙂
The beauty of the landscape is indescribable. Running there is a dream.
Welcome back (Kotter)! We missed you. Hey I thought you were going to stay?
Trust me, I’ve been researching how to live there. Hahaha. I did NOT want to come home!
Welcome home. It sounds like the trip was everything you hoped for and then some. I can’t wait to hear all about it. Also, I wanna go with you next time.
COME WITH ME. Deal. Done.
I was thinking of you while you were away and hoping your trip was legit! It sounds like it was indeed legit :). Welcome home! I cannot wait to read all about your adventures!
Thank you friend! ❤❤
They don’t call it the Emerald Isle for nothing! Startlingly green!
My thoughts exactly!
I’ve been so behind on blog reading, but now I have some time to catch up and I’m SO EXCITED to read all of these posts!! YAY!
I’m about to binge read the Ireland posts!!!! A BlissfulBritt MARATHON! I’m so excited!!!!!!!! xo
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