Do Irish people really say “be gosh and be gora?” It would be nice to know once and for all. My guess is, no, this expression is probably reserved for Lucky Charms commercials. Anyway, my husband and I have been working on our Ireland photo diary. Never mind that we took the trip in 2005 – these things take time. Later I’ll share the whole photo diary, but today, in honor of St. Paddy’s Day, a preview.
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Gorgeous! Thanks for this peek at Ireland.
They’ll be more coming, soon I hope. Thanks for stopping.
Love the contrast of the deep blue of the water and the green of the grass.
Yes, we managed to catch one of the few sunny days they have all year. It wrongly gives the impression that Ireland is the sunshine country, though.
No, they don’t say that (which I’m sure you knew), and your photos are beautiful! I love Bunratty Castle.
Thanks. Hope I have not offended the lovely Irish people.
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